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From Alain Javier Guarnieri del Gesu <javi-coc...@ajgdg.com>
Subject Re: Load Balancing web applications with mod_proxy...
Date Sat, 06 Dec 2003 01:22:38 GMT
* Tony Collen <colle006@umn.edu> [2003-12-04 15:56]:
> Pier Fumagalli wrote:
> 
> >On 4 Dec 2003, at 00:57, Tony Collen wrote:
> >
> >>It's easy: for each vhost, create whatever subsitemaps you want in 
> >>Cocoon, then in each vhost config in httpd.conf, do something like:
> >>
> >>-------------------------------
> >><VirtualHost 111.222.333.444>
> >>  ServerName    example.com
> >>  ServerAlias   www.example.com
> >>  ServerAdmin   root@example.com
> >>  DocumentRoot  /usr/local/vhosts/example.com
> >>
> >>  ProxyPass             /static/ !
> >>  ProxyPass             / http://localhost:8888/cocoon/example/
> >>  ProxyPassReverse      / http://localhost:8888/cocoon/example/
> >></VirtualHost>
> >>-------------------------------
> >>
> >>I'm using this on openWeather.com and it works perfectly.  My dream is 
> >>to have all of my virtualhosts hosted this way, but that might never 
> >>happen :^)
> >
> >
> >Are you sure that cookie-based sessions will actually work? :-)
> 
> Hmm, not sure.  Perhaps I should have said, "it works for what I need"..
> 
> Who needs cookies anyway?  :)

Cookies will work. So will SSL.

Interesting that you're not using the Tomcat Warp connector. I've
not bothered with it, since this is what I know. (Actually, I just
using Jetty and iptables now.)

-- 
Alain Javier Guarnieri del Gesu - javi@ajgdg.com

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