This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Using Apache with mod_proxy
Hello friends, I only learnt, started using, leaning and liking Confluence yesterday.
I realise that for the usability that I need from it (custom macros etc) I need to have a standalone installation.
So, I read about the standalone installation and I am really a lot confused.
I have an existing website http://www.example.com that runs Apache and a LMAP stack, so I have PHP and a MySQL DB.
I want Confluence to reside at http://www.example.com/projects
Is it possible to achieve this?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Some extra notes related to Apache.
If you don’t have another website running on this Apache, basically you should create a folder on the RootDirectory from your apache called projects and than you should be fine to access confluence over www.example.com/projects. In case you already have other websites on this server, I recommend you to create a virtual host to manage this. Please check this documentation where you will find the steps to setup this and some examples: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/using-apache-with-mod_proxy-173669.html
Also, keep in mind that you will need to work with your firewall and DNS to make Confluence accessible over the internet.
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