[Catalyst] FastCGI Deployment problem - can't find templates
GCoates at csuchico.edu
Tue Sep 23 23:24:57 BST 2008
Okay. I've done this.
I did some more checking, and I realize that I'm not sure where the static =
files and templates should be installed on a production server. It doesn't=
look like they get picked up in the make process.
I currently have them in the /opt/myserver directory. My application perl =
module files are in the standard site_perl location.
Where should the templates, etc go?
From: Gerda Shank [mailto:gs364 at cornell.edu]
Sent: Tue 9/23/2008 11:38 AM
To: Coates, Greg
Subject: Re: [Catalyst] FastCGI Deployment problem - can't find templates
Your template files are not static files. They shouldn't be in the =
static directory. A fairly standard configuration is to have a templates =
directory right underneath root, at the same level as the static directory.
You should probably move the templates directory one level up and adjust =
the config for your TT view.
Greg Coates wrote:
> I've written my first Catalyst app. Up until this point, I've been =
> using the Catalyst development server, but now I'm working on =
> deploying the application on my webserver using apache and FastCGI.
> The problem is, now that I have the app deployed, Catalyst can't seem =
> to find my template files. These templates were found with no problem =
> in the development environment. Here's the error I'm getting:
> [error] Couldn't render template "file error - comments/report.tt: not =
> And here's my apache configuration:
> LoadModule fastcgi_module modules/mod_fastcgi.so
> FastCgiExternalServer /opt/myapp/myapp_fastcgi.pl -host 127.0.0.1:3001
> <VirtualHost 126.96.36.199:80>
> ServerName blog-admin.myserver.com
> Alias /static /opt/myapp/root/static
> Alias / /opt/myapp/myapp_fastcgi.pl/
> (I have the template files in the /opt/myapp/root/static/templates =
> And the command I used to start the FastCGI server:
> ./myapp_fastcgi.pl -e -l 127.0.0.1:3001 -p /tmp/myapp.pid
> I'm stumped. Does anyone see a problem with my configuration or =
> otherwise that might be keeping Catalyst from seeing my template files?
> Greg Coates
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