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From Christian Folini <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache netstat output: strange connection weirdness
Date Wed, 31 Oct 2007 09:16:00 GMT
Hi there,

I do not really understand your setup. Are you intending to say,
that you have two seperate apache instances, one serving via
mod_cache and the other one (in front) proxying requests
via mod_proxy_balancer?

Please be very clear with your setup. Then please provide
your apache versions and your full configuration files
for both supposed apache servers.

Quick hint: Have a look at your "Listen" directive.



On Tue, Oct 30, 2007 at 03:51:43PM +0100, Jack Tuckson wrote:
> Apache is doing something odd - can anyone help?
> I have are two Apache processes, one for mod_cache, one for
> mod_proxy_balancer.
> mod_proxy_balancer requests get passed to mod_cache.
> mod_cache listens on, mod_proxy_balancer has a separate ip
> address.
> Everything works - but there are processes listening on for
> BOTH processes, making requests to a different port on that ip.
> Here is what netstat sees:
> local address -> foreign address
> mod_cache:
> ->
> mod_proxy_balancer:
> ->
> I wouldn't expect mod_proxy_balancer to be listening on mod_cache's ip, and
> I wouldn't expect mod_cache to make a connection to its own ip on a high
> port.
> Does anyone have any ideas?
> TJ

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