I installed rockstor and seafile on the same computer , can not access two URLs at the same time.
1, install rockstor (Rockstor-3.8-10.iso)
2,it’s ok to access rockstor(ip 192.168.1.12)
3,install seafile on the same computer(port 8888)
4,there is some mistakes：
4.1 access rockstor(https://192.168.1.12) , it’s ok
4.2 access seafile(https://192.168.1.12:8888) ,it’s also ok
4.3 but when rescan rockstor URLs, i need re-login
4.4 then rescan seafile URLs, need re-login
4.5 thus when access seafile or reckstor URLs, i must re-login
i have changed the seafile port(8888), it remains the same.
Why is there such a restriction ? It can not be used as such？
This is not a bug but how certificate validation works on the client(your browser) side. The Rockstor server and seafile server both have the same url(https://192.168.1.12), but they have their individual certificates. So, when your browser goes to Rockstor web-ui, it fetches the Rockstor cert and invalidates the seafile cert and vice versa. So whenever you switch between Rockstor and Seafile, the previous cert is invalidated prompting you to re-login.
You can change the certificate in Rockstor(System -> SSL Certficate). Not sure if Seafile lets you change it’s cert, but if you make both of these certs same I think you won’t have this issue.
Thank you for your reply , i will try again.