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What if I want it all? LAMP, Tomcat, Django

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Avatar eesutton 18 post(s)

Bitnami has so many to choose from. While one app may be PHP, another might by Python, or Java based.

Is it impractical or bad practice (reliability) to attempt to create a single Apache server that combines, for example, PHP, Python, Tomcat, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Python and Django?

Is it better to install multiple stacks on same server and assign different ports? (I’d rather have same port).

Or to install each different stack to it’s own server?

I am Linux based.

Thanks for any feedback,

-Ed

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Hi,

The most similar is RubyStack which lets you install PHP and Ruby applications on top of it. We are working to support other applications (written on Java or Python) for BitNami Cloud Hosting https://bitnami.com/cloud

In any case you can also install several Stacks in different ports.

Thanks for your feedback.

 
Avatar eesutton 18 post(s)

Thank you Beltrán,

I’will try starting with the RubyStack in a VM, then install the following making a snapshot after each step:

1 – Add PHP
2 – Add Python
3 – Add SQLite
4 – Add Tomcat

Or maybe install each Bitnami package and try cut and pasting the missing folders to my new Frankenstein stack?

Thanks for your help,

-Ed

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

RubyStack also ships PHP and SQLite. Adding Java & Tomcat should be easy but Python could be more difficult. Maybe you can install Python in the system and use it. Cheers.

 
Avatar eesutton 18 post(s)

Sounds like a good approach.

Thank you for your time!

-Ed

 
Avatar eesutton 18 post(s)

Does JRubyStack have the same technolgies as RubyStack plus Tomcat?

Thanks,

-Ed

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Hi,

JRubyStack only ships Java, Tomcat and JRuby with Rails.

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