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TeeJay (2309)

TeeJay
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Working in Truro
Graduate with BSc (Hons) in Computer Systems and Networks
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Wednesday November 06, 2002
09:34 AM

3 tier mixed language web architecture for beginners

[ #8796 ]
Today I am compiling the notes and documentation I have compiled while building the front end system of a large and complex CMS.

Unfortunately my target audience consists of a Apple Hardware engineer who has installed mandrake on his home PC once and 2 graduates who haven't used UNIX since university and have only ever administered Windows Machines.

The documentation in quickly turning into a short book as I cover basics that any UNIX Administrator should know and paraphrase the abundant documentation already available.

When I finish it looks like we will have a 40 page word document on how to set up a linux box, which is nice but I wish *I* had some documentation for the stuff I work with here.

In case you're wondering the system involves 1 vanilla apache server serving static content and proxying for 2 apache/mod_perl servers (1 https, 1 http) and a Tomcat server combined with bespoke perl applications, jgenerator servlets and mysql 4.04.

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