Currently Seafile doc's pertaining the deployment of Seafile behind an Apache httpd 2.4 are outdated http://manual.seafile.com/deploy/deploy_with_apache.html since mod_fastcgi will not build anymore on Centos 7 and similar distributions such as Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL), see mod_fastcgi error "Cannot load modules/mod_fastcgi.so into server: /etc/httpd/modules/mod_fastcgi.so: undefined symbol: unixd_config": http://serverfault.com/questions/629937/centos-7-apache2-httpd-mod-fastcgi-installation-impossible
However as mentioned in Seafile ticket #884 - https://github.com/haiwen/seafile/issues/884 - one should try adding the following /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf configuration within your VirtualHost directive:
# Seafile static files
Alias /media /srv/seafile/seahub/media
SetEnvIf Authorization "(.*)" HTTP_AUTHORIZATION=$1
# Seafile file server
ProxyPass /seafhttp http://localhost:8082
ProxyPassReverse /seafhttp http://localhost:8082
# Seafile WebDAV server
ProxyPass /seafdav http://localhost:8080/seafdav
ProxyPassReverse /seafdav http://localhost:8080/seafdav
# Seafile seahub server
SetEnvIf Request_URI . proxy-fcgi-pathinfo=1
ProxyPass / fcgi://localhost:8000/
Make sure you also apply changes to ccnet.conf, seahub_settings.py and restart the services in accordance to http://manual.seafile.com/deploy/deploy_with_apache.html - Next release will probably contain respective changes - https://github.com/tomchiverton/seafile-docs/commit/6e67c63865590f857c8ebc11e69cb7222eddad4c - but for the time being the above hopefully helps to save some of your time.
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We will keep you updated.
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While sandbox testing Apache CloudStack the management VM was no problem at all to setup, but the hypervisor VM through the virtual machine manager (virt-manager) threw:
Warning: KVM is not available. This may mean the KVM package is not installed, or the KVM kernel modules are not loaded. Your virtual machines may perform poorly.
You - most likely - lack nested virtualization support. When using Parallels version 9.0 and you want to setup a working VM capable of nested virtualization navigate to:
edit config.pvs and change the entry VirtualizedHV from 0 to 1.
Once you've restarted your VM you will notice that kvm_intel module has been loaded, the /dev/kvm file exists and the error thrown by virt-manager disappeared.