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From Renato Oliveira <renato.olive...@grant.co.uk>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache mod_jk redundancy
Date Mon, 18 Oct 2010 09:57:19 GMT
Guys,

I thank you for all your help in advance.

I have a bit of problem.

We have a setup which is as follows:

        * Apache + mod_jk setup as a load balancer for 2 jboss servers.
        * As you can see we have redundancy at the back with two jboss servers.
        * the other day the Apache + mod_jk went down because of a network card problem
        * This prompt us to think of redundancy for this front end load balancing server.

How do you guys deal with redundancy for this setup, The Apache + mod_jk?
What would be the best approach?
Do you guys have any recommendations that could actually mirror the Apache server and give
me some sort of HA failover?

Thank you very much for all your comments, suggestions and help I very much appreciate it.

Thank you

Renato



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