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From "Hans-Erik Skyttberg" <>
Subject Loadbalancing with mod_jk and stickiness ?
Date Fri, 21 Sep 2001 07:31:18 GMT


We just encontered a problem, when a session is started on one tomcat
and then through a load balancer it ends up on the another webserver
that webserver dosen't direct the session to correct tomcat ?

Is this a bug or isn't mod_jk supposed to work that way ?

This is working with mod_jserv.......

JkMount /*.jsp p

JkMount /html/admin/* ba

If the client requests /html/admin/login.jsp will this request be sent
to worker p or worker ba ?

Hans - Erik Skyttberg
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