This part assumes you have installed the relevant software listed in section 1 of this chapter.
Some parts of the site, like the account creation page
create.bml, can use SSL if it is available. If
you do not set up an SSL-enabled area of the site, other security
like challenge-response authentication is used. As we mentioned in the abstract of
this chapter, SSL requires its own IP. You cannot
use an Apache name-based
VirtualHost for SSL.
Through memcached, your installation will rely on memory more instead of slower disk reads. You can learn more about memcached on the Danga Interactive website.
ljconfig.pl, set up the location of memcached servers,
and enable support for SSL:
$LJ::DEV_HAS_REAL_SSL= 1; # for development installs. (will be configured later with Perlbal)
You also need to set your SSL URL base prefix, in
If you require users to agree to Terms of Service, and you have a
tos-mini.bml file, you can copy it from the
htdocs subdirectory to the equivalent