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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Update of "Tomcat/Jk2RemoteJmx" by KonstantinKolinko
Date Sun, 28 Mar 2010 15:46:56 GMT
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The "Tomcat/Jk2RemoteJmx" page has been changed by KonstantinKolinko.
The comment on this change is: Removed all content of the page. The jk2 connector is obsolete
and should not be used. If anyone is interested, they can see the old version of the page
in the history..


+ This page is obsolete. All content was removed. See the [[|Connectors
documentation]] on the Tomcat site.
- The jk2 connector has a status page and some experimental support for remote JMX. 
- That means the internal components in the C code are visible in the JMX console,
- and you can also perform some limited control.
- To experiment:
+ ----
+ CategoryObsolete
-  *  insert in
- {{{  modjk.webServerPort=APACHE_PORT }}}
-  *  make sure /jkstatus is enabled
- The code is generic and is beeing merged with commons-modeler, which will provide
- typed attributes - right now everything is treated as a string, descriptions and
- more. 
- If you play with the setters - it is very important to make sure that
- is writtable by the apache user. To deal with the multi-process servers we need to save
- file so all processes are synchronized. Also keep in mind that all changes made via
- JMX on mod_jk are persisted automatically ( unlike the changes in /admin, which need an
- explicit save ). 

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