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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35959] - mod_jk not independant of UseCanonicalName
Date Thu, 03 Jan 2008 23:12:53 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From skoehler@upb.de  2008-01-03 15:12 -------
UseCanonialName was simply unwanted by me. I didn't want users to be redirected
between domains just because they hit one of Apache's redirection.
That also causes losing of the session, doesn't it?

At the same time, i wouldn't want to clone a rather complicated VirtualHost
config in Tomcat. Whatever VirtualHost Apache chooses, i want to be sure, which
Host will be used on the Tomcat side. I'd like a clear association, instead of
two configs which i have to keep in sync.
Actually i ask myself, if any Apache-config can be represented by a Tomcat-config.


The easiest (and only) way for a clean association between Apache and Tomcat
Hosts was (and still is?), to "UseCanonialName on" on Apache side and
useIPVHosts="true" on Tomcat side.


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