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From "Ravishankar.S" <>
Subject Re: tomcat-apache?? why Jserv Module?
Date Tue, 19 Jun 2001 06:26:58 GMT
tomcat-apache?? why Jserv Module?dear lax,
                    u can't use mod_jk and ModJServ at the same time!!delete the ApacheModJServ.dll
file from ur modules dir( it says so in the docs).now,if u r using mod_jk forget abt the tomcat-apache.conf
file.the file to look at is "mod_jk.conf-auto".this file is overwritten every time u start
tomcat.try editing this file.of course the path to this file must be included in "httpd.conf".why
exactly do u want to use two diff workers for????.is ur server serving a heavy load site or
r u jus experimenting????.pl let me know

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Lakshminarayanan Ramakrishnan 
  Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2001 11:27 AM
  Subject: RE: tomcat-apache?? why Jserv Module?

  Dear Ravi,
  Then how to make mod_jk understand that i have two different workers at these locations...thats
where i'm stuckup.
  I include two different Mod_jk.conf-auto files for specifying different workers apart from
tomcat-apache.conf, in httpd.conf file.
  Is that right?
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Ravishankar.S []
    Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 11:42 AM
    Subject: Re: tomcat-apache?? why Jserv Module?

    dear lax,
                    actually u don't need two diff "tomcat-apache.conf "files for multiple
workers.what u can do is edit  a file called "" (in the "conf "dir of tomcat)
and read the comments  and configure it .tomcat automatically balances ur load,further i recommend
u to use the ajpv13 protocol since it is faster and better than the ajpv12 protocol.this can
be done in "server.xml".please read "tomcat-workers howto.html" for more info,it's  a very
useful it carefully and configure it accordingly


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