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From "Then Nam Kheong" <nkt...@magix.com.sg>
Subject Re: tomcat.conf vs tomcat-apache.conf
Date Thu, 13 Jul 2000 15:03:25 GMT
Let me try to help, just read the difference moments ago...

You use tomcat.conf if you are running tomcat without apache. That mean,
tomcat will serve all static pages(.HTML), servlets and JSP pages.
However, tomcat is very slow and inefficient in serving static pages, thus
you need to make apache to serve static pages and tomcat to serve the
servlets and .JSP pages. This method will render tomcat as an add-on to
apache.

This is where tomcat-apache.conf comes in.

Hope that I am right. Can someone in the list verify my explanation and if
possible shed more light to this issue?


----- Original Message -----
From: Brian Richards <ncmusic@pobox.com>
To: tomcat-user <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2000 10:52 PM
Subject: tomcat.conf vs tomcat-apache.conf


> I am getting a little confused as to when each of these files is used?
>
> is tomcat.conf only used when you are using tomcat as the http static
server
> and tomcat-apache.conf is when you are using it with apache?
>
> if someone could set me straight here that would be great.
>
> thanks
>
> brian
>
>



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