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From "Torsten Curdt" <tcu...@dff.st>
Subject multiple machines - please!
Date Thu, 13 Jul 2000 07:58:44 GMT
Did anybody read this message?
Are these questions too unusual or more like RTFM?

> We are setting up a site starting with a single machine.
> But later on we want to be able scale this setup.
> We are politicaly bound to WinNT.
> 
> So we have following possibilities:
> 
> [IIS/Apache + mod_ssl] +
> [isapi_redirect/mod_jserv/?] + 
> [Tomcat/JServ/JRun]
> 
> But I'm not quite sure which combination
> is the best. Important: We use sessions
> so when we use load balancing to multiple
> machines a user must be redirected to
> the right VM. 
> 
> I know mod_jserv does this trick.
> Does the isapi_redirect.dll do this, too?
> As far as I know JRun supports this feature
> only in the Enterprise version which is
> quite expensive.
> 
> So I was thinking of:
> 
> Apache + mod_sll + mod_jserv on the Webserver
> and Tomcat on the other machines.
> 
> I checked the FAQ. Did I get it right...
> 
> I just need a Apache+mod_ssl binary and
> then add the mod_jserv.dll to it?
> 
> Or do I have to search for a Apache+mod_ssl+mod_jserv
> binary? (I don't want to compile it under windows
> by myself! Win is not Linux :-)
> 
> How fast and stable is Tomcat vs JServ or JRun?!
> --
> Torsten
> 

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