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From "Joseph Chiu" <jc...@spun.com>
Subject RE: No revolution today
Date Thu, 09 Nov 2000 23:35:44 GMT
Matthew,

In my environment, I wanted to force all contexts to be in the root context.

So, my point is -- if you only need the root context (one context only!), my
kludge works.  If you want root context and non-root contexts to both
coexist, then you'll need to modify my kludge to NOT force the context to
the root context.  You'll have to test it to see if it works for you
(because I haven't). I think Andrew Cowie did the latter (not force the
contexts to the root context), but I don't want to speak for him.

If you need multiple contexts without the root context, then the existing
Tomcat should be perfectly fine.

Joseph
-----Original Message-----
From: Matthew Dornquast [mailto:matthew.dornquast@webhelp.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2000 2:28 PM
To: tomcat-dev@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Re: No revolution today


> Well, but if you don't need the root-context, then the load balancing
> *should* work with other contexts.  You are using mod_jserv with APJ
> Balancesets, right?

Right Jospeh!

So how important is it to support load balancing of root contexts?

How many users use the root context?

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