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From "Serge Dubrouski" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache load balancing https request
Date Fri, 18 May 2007 22:08:30 GMT
Something isn't clear here. If you use mod_jk that means that you use
AJP connector on Tomcat side. That's not HTTP neither HTTPS. probably works because you
configured HTTPS connectors along with AJP but did you configure
Apache to connect to those connectors?

It's really hard to give you any advise without seeing your Apache
configuration. What do you mean by "load balance"? mod_jk load balance
or Apache load balance? Too many questions and not enough information.

On 5/18/07, Nha Le <> wrote:
> I want to use Apache to load balance client request to 2 JBoss Tomcat
> instance (I use mod_jk to connect Apache and JBoss Tomcat).
> I setup Apache server on one machine with IP, the 1st JBoss
> server is on and the 2nd JBoss is on
> Apache load balances very well with http request, but with https request, it
> fails!?
> For example, when client click on the "login" link, this link will redirect
> client to secured address
> "", but this link is NOT
> available. When I try this link directly to a JBoss Tomcat server, i.e.
> "" or
> "", this link works
> normally.
> Apache does not forward https request to Tomcat server.
> I try to change many things and search very long time on google but I could
> not find any solution for how to make Apache forward https request to JBoss
> Tomcat.
> Please help me!
> Thanks so much!
>  ________________________________
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