[one-users] Can sunstone 4.0 be deployed on apache2 + passenger

Daniel Molina dmolina at opennebula.org
Thu Mar 20 09:54:14 PDT 2014

Hi Sam,

Lot of issues have been fixed since one-4.0, therefore upgrading to the
last version is recommended.

In OpenNebula you can run sunstone on top of apache but memcache is not
supported, so you have to force only one server instance in your apache
configuration, otherwise authentication won't work.


On 18 March 2014 12:34, sam song <samsong8610 at gmail.com> wrote:

> hi all,
> I saw that we can deploy sunstone on apache2 with passenger module in the
> official document. But how about the sunstone of ONE 4.0 version? How to do
> that? The same as for ONE 4.4?
> In my installation, there are 4 host and about ten vms. There are several
> users using sunstone to admin ONE. Today, I found the process which is
> running sunstone-server.rb using 100% cpu time for a long time.
> The offical document said the default thin server is suit for small or
> medium deployment. But how to find it is suit or not?
> Thanks
> Sam
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Daniel Molina
Project Engineer
OpenNebula - Flexible Enterprise Cloud Made Simple
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