In my apache configuration, I am using a scripting language (tcl through apache rivet) which implements a "heavy" application, something that takes some minutes to start when apache starts a new process.
Is there a way to "separate" these "heavy" apache processes from the rest of the apache?
I.e. when the url is "/my_heavy_service" redirect the request to the apache which has the "heavy" application loaded, and the rest of the requests be handled by an apache with does not even has mod_rivet loaded?
Like starting an apache on a different port (i.e. 8123), which loads my application, and starting a "normal" apache on port 80, which serves all requests except some, which are directed to the server in port 8123.
In general I think it can be done (i.e.: http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/RunningMultipleApacheInstances),
but is a way to do this in fedora 19, and keep all this "systemctl * httpd" stuff?
Has anyone attempted this?