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From Paul Frieden <pfrie...@dChain.com>
Subject Re: No revolution today
Date Wed, 22 Nov 2000 19:44:46 GMT
I've done some work with this, and session routing now works fine for
both root and non-root contexts as far as I can tell.  These changes
were committed for 3.2b7.  I've done my testing with mod_jk and AJP12. 
mod_jk provides the lbworker type which seems to work perfectly for me
but there is no reason why mod_jserv shouldn't work also.

Paul Frieden

Andrew Cowie wrote:
> 
> Joseph Chiu [mailto:jchiu@spun.com] wrote:
> > 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.
> 
> We are presently employing Joseph's elegant (we force root context only)
> solution in a production environment running 3.1. As I've mentioned
> elsewhere, it's critical to us that the load balancing mechanism not be
> mucked up in future releases; indeed, I'm often very worried that there
> seems little commitment to maintaining the mod_jserv connector. Everyone
> loves to say "oh, just use mod_jk" but unless the functionality of the
> balance sets and routes of mod_jserv are maintained, we can't migrate.
> 
> $0.02
> 
>         Andrew
> 
> --
> Andrew Frederick Cowie
> Director of Operations
> Upoc, Inc
> 
> cell: 917-217-4578  office: 212-405-1044
> afcowie@upoc-inc.com

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