How to start using mod_spdy with Apache 2.4 on Ubuntu 14.04. This previous post explains how to build mod_spdy.
mod_spdy is not available for Apache 2.4.7 on Ubuntu 14.04. You can compile it yourself using this post. Or you can download the compiled files here.
Before we start moving files and reconfiguring apache2, we stop it.
$ sudo service apache2 restart
This howto explains what you should do to build mod_spdy with Apache 2.4 on Ubuntu 14.04 ( Trusty Tahr ). You can also download mod_spdy for Ubuntu 14.04 on this page.
Preparing the build environment
rivy@buildhost:~/mod-spdy$ sudo apt-get -y install git g++ apache2 libapr1-dev libaprutil1-dev patch binutils make devscripts
Cloning the 2.4.7 branch
It’s important that we specify the correct branch. In the master branch you can find all code that works for apache 2.4.10. Since Ubuntu 14.04 is still using Apache 2.4.7, make sure to specify that branch.
rivy@buildhost:~/mod-spdy$ git clone -b apache-2.4.7 https://github.com/eousphoros/mod-spdy.git
Once you downloaded the branch, you should be able to change directory to it.
rivy@buildhost:~/mod-spdy$ cd mod-spdy/src
Steps to take for migrating from file to lvm storage. This tutorial will make use of virsh from libvirt. Tested on Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr).
Before we begin
I assume you already have an LVM storage pool created and active. You can list your storage pools with this command.
root@flipflop /home/data # virsh pool-list
Name State Autostart
mylvmpool active yes
On my system, only 1 storage book is started. It’s called ‘mylvmpool’. Click here for steps how to create an LVM storage pool. Use this command to display more detailed information about the storage pool.
root@flipflop /home/data # virsh pool-info mylvmpool
Capacity: 2.73 TiB
Allocation: 569.81 GiB
Available: 2.17 TiB
Migrating from file to lvm storage