I have a slashcode version 2.2.5(*) based site under my command, for which an extension is planned, that would fit well in an isolated (isolate=1) section with a few modified templates put in the section-page (like header;etc;default).
I managed to configure a second virtual host that uses the same SlashVitualUser directive as the main-server with the sectionname as subdomain (etc.myslash.company), overriding the rootdir-variable using SlashSetVar and enforcing the section using SlashSetForm:
SlashSetForm section etc
Everything works fine so far...
I just wondered if it is safe to use the same slash-site (db and all) within two virtual-hosts. And I wondered the more if there isn't an easier way to accomplish this.
As far as I understood mod_perl there shouldn't be any problem, but asking the masters seldom hurts but the professional pride...
* I did fix the released security-holes!.
Now the performance is very good with 70.000 pages/day and a PIII with 1 GB RAM with Slash and MySQL and a simple PC serving the images.
Is the slashcode written so that can be easily translated to some other languages (UTF-8 not required) ?
In just the first few days the traffic and audience response has been overwhelming.
stats from the second day the site was live: