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From beyaRecords - The home Urban music <...@beya-records.com>
Subject Re: Jetty included w/ Cocoon
Date Tue, 23 Dec 2003 21:18:59 GMT
yep, I am using ajp13. i presume cocoon folder and cocoon.war would sit 
in the root of jetty as per tomcat?

Uzo
On 23 Dec 2003, at 21:14, Upayavira wrote:

> Don't understand what technique you're using to connect Apache/Tomcat. 
> Are you using AJP13? If so, you can just shut down Tomcat and start up 
> Jetty (making sure it's listening for AJP).
>
> Regards, Upayavira
>
> beyaRecords - The home Urban music wrote:
>
>> cheers,
>> i will now investigate jetty and see what it is like.
>>
>> i have tomcat setup with apache so that tomcat can be accessed minus 
>> :8080
>>
>> so 12.0.0.1/examples leads me to the tomcat stuff
>>
>> my apache workes2.properties file reads as:
>>
>> [uri:127.0.0.1:8003]
>> info=Example virtual host. Make sure myVirtualHost is in /etc/hosts 
>> to test it
>> alias=myVirtualHost:8003
>>
>> [uri:127.0.0.1:8003/ex]
>> info=Example webapp in the virtual host. It'll go to lb_1 ( i.e. 
>> localhost:8019 )
>> context=/ex
>> group=lb_1
>>
>> [uri:/examples]
>> info=Example webapp in the default context.
>> context=/examples
>> debug=0
>>
>> [uri:/examples1/*]
>> info=A second webapp, this time going to the second tomcat only.
>> group=lb_1
>> debug=0
>>
>> [uri:/examples/servlet/*]
>> info=Prefix mapping
>>
>> [uri:/examples/*.jsp]
>> info=Extension mapping
>>
>> [uri:/examples/*]
>> info=Map the whole webapp
>>
>> [uri:/examples/servlet/HelloW]
>> info=Example with debug enabled.
>> debug=10
>>
>> [uri:/cocoon]
>> info=Example webapp in the default context.
>> context=/cocoon
>> debug=0
>>
>> [uri:/cocoon/*]
>> info=Map the whole webapp
>>
>> My question is, can i leave the code as is and access jetty using the 
>> same settings?
>>
>>
>> Uzo
>> On 23 Dec 2003, at 20:59, Litrik De Roy wrote:
>>
>>> Upayavira wrote:
>>>
>>>> beyaRecords - The home Urban music wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> So chaps,
>>>>> is jetty a better proposition than tomcat?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> In my installation, Tomcat failed regularly (every day or two). 
>>>> Jetty fails only when the processor can't cope (bad design of my 
>>>> Cocoon app).
>>>
>>>
>>> We have seen similar behavior when using Tomcat. We had to restart 
>>> it multiple times per week, it was using a lot of resources (memory 
>>> and CPU) and each and every upgrade we had problems with endorsed 
>>> jars. Aaargh.
>>>
>>> Jetty is so much smaller, leaner and stabler.
>>>
>>>> Regards, Upayavira
>>>>
>>>>> Uzo
>>>>> On 23 Dec 2003, at 19:20, Tony Collen wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>> -- 
>>>
>>> Litrik De Roy
>>> www.litrik.com
>>>
>>>
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