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  1. We want to install ProcessWire in 2 server layers In the first layer of servers is only to deliver the static content (css, js, image, html "ProCache"), without php installation the apache would be initialized in worker mode In the second layer of servers, php will be available, the work will be done to process all the requests of the pages that are not in ProCache and of the services that require php execution. The servers of the first layer would reach the servers of the second layer through a ProxyBalancer. My questions are: How can I take the configuration of .htaccess to virtualhost? The setting RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?it=$1 [L,QSA] can be changed for RewriteRule ^(.*)$ proxybalancer://secondservers/index.php?it=$1 [L,QSA]
  2. Hello everyone, I've been fiddling around a lot lately with docker containers for my local development on a linux machine. Tried many different options, also readily available processwire images and tutorials from the forum. But never got it right. Mainly because of permission issues with docker volumes. That is a tricky part on linux machines whereas on OSX it doesn't seem to be an issue. Then I discovered http://www.wordpressdocker.com/. And the setup with nginx as a proxy that routes requests to separate containers with the actual site install appealed to me. The whole thing sits on top of alpine linux containers which are really lightweight. So I decided to give it a try. And, first time since experimenting with docker, I got a running PW install. Rewriting was not working until I adjusted the nginx config. Now I have a fairly complex PW site running in a container. Everything is working, image upload/editing etc. So I'm really exited, especially since the dev site is now blazing fast compared to my old vagrant virtualbox vm setup. Honestly, I don't really understand everything that is happening behind the scene. But I managed to adjust the original files and build a new image that works with PW and doesn't have all the WP stuff. The nginx config I took from https://github.com/elasticweb/nginx-configs/blob/master/configs/processwire-2.conf Not sure if it covers everything for PW3 as well. I would very much appreciate if someone who is more in the know than me could take a look. All files for building the docker image are here https://github.com/gebeer/alpine-php-processwire A working image here: https://hub.docker.com/r/gebeer/alpine-php-processwire/ Documentation is kind of lacking. I took over quite a lot from the original project. But following the github README and the original documentation should get people started who have a little experience with docker already. If someone needs a more in depth step by step tutorial for setting things up, let me know and I'll put something together.
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