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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 47121] mod_jk 1.2.27 produces "JkWorkersFile only allowed once" on Netware 6.5
Date Sat, 23 May 2009 14:34:13 GMT

--- Comment #5 from Guenter Knauf <>  2009-05-23 07:34:09 PST ---
Hello Vladimir!
Well, seems I was correct regarding the product include files, and you found
the culprit with the QFSrchApache.conf file.
The other issues you see are a bit strange, and since you issue strange NCF
files I dont know about I cant help here - but I can recommend to use the
default start/stop files which are:
admsrvdn.ncf -> stop admin server
admsrvup.ncf -> start admin server
ap2webdn.ncf -> stop web server in OS address space
ap2webup.ncf -> start web server in OS address space
if you use these then you should not see the issues you saw about 'already
and finally the fix for the duplicate usage of JkWorkersFile is this:
- make sure that the QFSrchApache.conf include happens _after_ the IfModule
block in your httpd.conf:
<IfModule mod_jk.c>
   JkWorkersFile "sys:/adminsrv/conf/mod_jk/"
   JkLogFile "logs/mod_jk.log"
   JkLogLevel error
# QFSrchApache.conf must be included after the mod_jk block!!
Include "SYS:/qfsearch/WEB-INF/QFSrchApache.conf"

that's all! Now when the QFSrchApache.conf is included then mod_jk is already
loaded, and the block in QFSrchApache.conf should therefore not be executed
because its surrounded with <IfModule !mod_jk.c> which means its only executed
when mod_jk is not loaded.

HTH, Guenter.

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