R embedded inside Apache
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What is it?
Rapache is a project dedicated to embedding the R interpreter inside the Apache 2.0 (and beyond) web server. It's composed of two parts:
mod_R: the Apache 2.0 module that implements the glue to load the R interpreter.
libapreq 2.0.4: an Apache sponsored project for parsing request input. If you don't want to compile and install this version, then you can specify which libapreq2 library to use during configuration.
The Latest Version
Details of the latest version can be found at the R/Apache project page:
This release has been tested under Debian Linux with Apache 2.2.4, R 2.5.1, and libapreq 2.0.4. Apache2 MUST be compiled with the prefork MPM to compile mod_R. Also, R must have been compiled with the --enable-R-shlib configure flag.
The following is the preferred way to compile and install rapache:
$ ./configure $ make $ make install
configure will try to find the needed programs to compile rapache, but if it fails to locate them or if you have installed the prerequisites in non-standard places, then you can specify their locations with the following flags:
--with-apache2-apxs=/path/to/apxs --with-R=/path/to/R --with-apreq2-config=/path/to/apreq2-config
Add something similar to this to the apache config file:
LoadModule R_module /path/to/mod_R.so
Output R errors and warnings to the browser
Displays information about rapache and RSetHandler r-info
Process all files under /path/to/brew/scripts with
package brew and function brewSetHandler r-script RHandler brew::brew
This url will run the file /path/to/r/script.RSetHandler r-handler RFileHandler /path/to/r/script.R
Also, libR.so MUST be found in the shared library path as it is linked to by modR, RApache and the rest of the packages containing shared libraries. You can either set LDLIBRARY_PATH like this:
$ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=`/path/to/R RHOME`/lib
or add that path to /etc/ld.so.conf and then run ldconfig.
NOTE: the latest apache2 debian packages cause the web server to run in a very reduced environment, thus one is unable to set LDLIBRARYPATH before calling /etc/init.d/apache2. One option is to actually edit that file and add the LDLIBRARYPATH explicitly. Another is to use the apache2ctl scripts which are also bundled with the debian packages. Or you can add it to /etc/ld.so.conf.
Forthcoming. See https://jeffreyhorner.github.io/rapache/manual.html for ongoing updates.
The R/Apache source code is licensed under the Apache License Version 2.0. Please see the file called LICENSE.