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I  have setup x86 solaris 10 on my vmware workstation and trying to configure Apache to for testing purpose.  Do I need to install  apache package on both server and point the DocumentRoot to shared file system or  apache package and document root suppose to be in shared file system?
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Apache should already included with solaris 10. Have you enable and start it?
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You might want to start with apache2 (apache2.0)
To access non-native filesystem set
EnableMMAP Off
EnableSendfile Off
anywhere in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf
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Do I need to install apache on  cluster file system?
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No, dont install programs there
It might be practical to have apache config not specific to machine (like named virtual hosts, but not httpd.conf) on shared volume (just as well as all site data)
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Post any error from the vcs log, it is always helpful on determining the issue.
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And apache (if your site is well visited) stressesany filesystem very well... Also apache error log entries that you cannot explain are of good value for us...
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Thank you for all the answers.
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