Back to this thing again… So I’ve been running this site for a little under a month now, and I have decided to try to get more working with relayd. Mainly subdomain/multiple domains working on one host. I have yet to turn on the httpd daemon, hosting everything through jekyll, with a reverse proxy through relayd. I found, through some digging and looking around that my thought for how to run multiple domains/subdomains was incorrect. I now present you with my new relayd.conf file.
As you can see I killed some stuff, and added some extra http protocols to point to the correct subdomains but this makes some easy sense, and allows me to point to whatever I want. I also found a useful command for relayd, which allows you to reload the config file on the fly.
Now I can pretty easily update my relayd config and have it work with little downtime.
And now another interesting update… If you haven’t noticed, I now have a bunch of random links as the top of my pages. I recently installed and added the jekyll-archives gem to my site so that I can have a nice way to organize my posts as they proliferate. It is super easy to install, and makes archiving/creating type-specific indecies super easy. My main reason for adding it was to have an easy way to access/share blog posts pertaining to my capstone with my committee, classmates, and anyone else interested, while still having it be a part of my overall blog (who wants to manage separate blogs for separate things?). This place is the catch-all for all of my stuff, so I thought it might be a good idea to let it be sorted as well. I will probably make a category index that lists all categories, and add links to category-specific indecies from the page that relates to them. That’s all I have for today!