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1#!/usr/bin/perl -w
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49use warnings;
50use strict;
51
52# fix lib paths, some may be relative
53BEGIN {
54 die <<EOT if ${^TAINT};
55RT does not run under Perl's "taint mode". Remove -T from the command
56line, or remove the PerlTaintCheck parameter from your mod_perl
57configuration.
58EOT
59
60 require File::Spec;
61 my @libs = ("lib", "local/lib");
62 my $bin_path;
63
64 for my $lib (@libs) {
65 unless ( File::Spec->file_name_is_absolute($lib) ) {
66 unless ($bin_path) {
67 if ( File::Spec->file_name_is_absolute(__FILE__) ) {
68 $bin_path = ( File::Spec->splitpath(__FILE__) )[1];
69 }
70 else {
71 require FindBin;
72 no warnings "once";
73 $bin_path = $FindBin::Bin;
74 }
75 }
76 $lib = File::Spec->catfile( $bin_path, File::Spec->updir, $lib );
77 }
78 unshift @INC, $lib;
79 }
80
81}
82
83use Getopt::Long;
84no warnings 'once';
85
86if (grep { m/help/ } @ARGV) {
87 require Pod::Usage;
88 print Pod::Usage::pod2usage( { verbose => 2 } );
89 exit;
90}
91
92require RT;
93RT->LoadConfig();
94require Module::Refresh if RT->Config->Get('DevelMode');
95
96require RT::Handle;
97my ($integrity, $state, $msg) = RT::Handle->CheckIntegrity;
98
99unless ( $integrity ) {
100 print STDERR <<EOF;
101
102RT couldn't connect to the database where tickets are stored.
103If this is a new installation of RT, you should visit the URL below
104to configure RT and initialize your database.
105
106If this is an existing RT installation, this may indicate a database
107connectivity problem.
108
109The error RT got back when trying to connect to your database was:
110
111$msg
112
113EOF
114
115 require RT::Installer;
116 # don't enter install mode if the file exists but is unwritable
117 if (-e RT::Installer->ConfigFile && !-w _) {
118 die 'Since your configuration exists ('
119 . RT::Installer->ConfigFile
120 . ") but is not writable, I'm refusing to do anything.\n";
121 }
122
123 RT->Config->Set( 'LexiconLanguages' => '*' );
124 RT::I18N->Init;
125
126 RT->InstallMode(1);
127} else {
128 RT->Init();
129
130 my ($status, $msg) = RT::Handle->CheckCompatibility( $RT::Handle->dbh, 'post');
131 unless ( $status ) {
132 print STDERR $msg, "\n\n";
133 exit -1;
134 }
135}
136
137# we must disconnect DB before fork
138if ($RT::Handle) {
139 $RT::Handle->dbh(undef);
140 undef $RT::Handle;
141}
142
143require RT::Interface::Web::Handler;
144my $app = RT::Interface::Web::Handler->PSGIApp;
145
146if ($ENV{RT_TESTING}) {
147 my $screen_logger = $RT::Logger->remove('screen');
148 require Log::Dispatch::Perl;
149 $RT::Logger->add(
150 Log::Dispatch::Perl->new(
151 name => 'rttest',
152 min_level => $screen_logger->min_level,
153 action => {
154 error => 'warn',
155 critical => 'warn'
156 }
157 )
158 );
159 require Plack::Middleware::Test::StashWarnings;
160 $app = Plack::Middleware::Test::StashWarnings->wrap($app);
161}
162
163# when used as a psgi file
164if (caller) {
165 return $app;
166}
167
168
169# load appropriate server
170
171require Plack::Runner;
172
173my $is_fastcgi = $0 =~ m/fcgi$/;
174my $r = Plack::Runner->new( $0 =~ 'standalone' ? ( server => 'Standalone' ) :
175 $is_fastcgi ? ( server => 'FCGI' )
176 : (),
177 env => 'deployment' );
178
179# figure out the port
180my $port;
181
182# handle "rt-server 8888" for back-compat, but complain about it
183if ($ARGV[0] && $ARGV[0] =~ m/^\d+$/) {
184 warn "Deprecated: please run $0 --port $ARGV[0] instead\n";
185 unshift @ARGV, '--port';
186}
187
188my @args = @ARGV;
189
190use List::MoreUtils 'last_index';
191my $last_index = last_index { $_ eq '--port' } @args;
192
193my $explicit_port;
194
195if ( $last_index != -1 && $args[$last_index+1] =~ /^\d+$/ ) {
196 $explicit_port = $args[$last_index+1];
197 $port = $explicit_port;
198
199 # inform the rest of the system what port we manually chose
200 my $old_app = $app;
201 $app = sub {
202 my $env = shift;
203
204 $env->{'rt.explicit_port'} = $port;
205
206 $old_app->($env, @_);
207 };
208}
209else {
210 # default to the configured WebPort and inform Plack::Runner
211 $port = RT->Config->Get('WebPort') || '8080';
212 push @args, '--port', $port;
213}
214
215push @args, '--server', 'Standalone' if RT->InstallMode;
216push @args, '--server', 'Starlet' unless $r->{server} || grep { m/--server/ } @args;
217
218$r->parse_options(@args);
219
220delete $r->{options} if $is_fastcgi; ### mangle_host_port_socket ruins everything
221
222unless ($r->{env} eq 'development') {
223 push @{$r->{options}}, server_ready => sub {
224 my($args) = @_;
225 my $name = $args->{server_software} || ref($args); # $args is $server
226 my $host = $args->{host} || 0;
227 my $proto = $args->{proto} || 'http';
228 print STDERR "$name: Accepting connections at $proto://$host:$args->{port}/\n";
229 };
230}
231eval { $r->run($app) };
232if (my $err = $@) {
233 handle_startup_error($err);
234}
235
236exit 0;
237
238sub handle_startup_error {
239 my $err = shift;
240 if ( $err =~ /listen/ ) {
241 handle_bind_error();
242 } else {
243 die
244 "Something went wrong while trying to run RT's standalone web server:\n\t"
245 . $err;
246 }
247}
248
249
250sub handle_bind_error {
251
252 print STDERR <<EOF;
253WARNING: RT couldn't start up a web server on port @{[$port]}.
254This is often the case if the port is already in use or you're running @{[$0]}
255as someone other than your system's "root" user. You may also specify a
256temporary port with: $0 --port <port>
257EOF
258
259 if ($explicit_port) {
260 print STDERR
261 "Please check your system configuration or choose another port\n\n";
262 }
263}
264
265__END__
266
267=head1 NAME
268
269rt-server - RT standalone server
270
271=head1 SYNOPSIS
272
273 # runs prefork server listening on port 8080, requires Starlet
274 rt-server --port 8080
275
276 # runs server listening on port 8080
277 rt-server --server Standalone --port 8080
278 # or
279 standalone_httpd --port 8080
280
281 # runs other PSGI server on port 8080
282 rt-server --server Starman --port 8080