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From "Brett Crossley" <>
Subject still missing mod_jk.conf-auto
Date Thu, 04 Oct 2001 17:17:04 GMT
Still no luck. Does this work for everyone else when doing the default
Am I looking for the mod_jk.conf-auto in the right place? I assumed it would
just show up in my conf directory after the server started. I am starting
Tomcat under JBoss, does that make a difference?
[Brett Crossley]
-----Original Message-----
From: Craig Tataryn []
Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2001 11:59 AM
Subject: Re: missing mod_jk.conf-auto

Ahhh, ok try:

<ApacheConfig noRoot="true"/>

I think this should be somewhere inbetween the <ContextManager
workDir="work"> tag.


Brett Crossley wrote:

I did not. I added it under the <server> tag, but it did not make
adifference. Is that IIS as in Internet Information Server? (microsoft?) I
amrunning apache.-----Original Message-----From: Craig Tataryn
[]Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2001 10:53
AMTo: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.orgSubject: Re: missing mod_jk.conf-autoHey
Brett, do you have <IISConfig noRoot="true"/> directive in yourserver.xml
file?Craig.Brett Crossley wrote:
I tried tomcat.bat run jkconf, but it complains that 'run' is not a
validoption:<< start screen print
>>I:\JBoss-2.4.1_Tomcat-3.2.3\tomcat\bin>tomcat.bat run jkconfIncluding all
jars in I:\JBoss-2.4.1_Tomcat-3.2.3\tomcat\lib in yourCLASSPATH.Using
;C:\IBM Connectors\classes;.;I:\jdk1.3.1\lib\tools.jarUsage: java
org.apache.tomcat.startup.Tomcat {options} Options are:   -config file
(or -f file)  Use this file instead of server.xml   -help (or help)
Show this usage report   -home dir (or -h dir)      Use this directory as
tomcat.home   -stop                      Shut down currently running
Tomcat<< end screen print >>-----Original Message-----From: Craig Tataryn
[]Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2001 10:34
AMTo: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.orgSubject: Re: missing mod_jk.conf-autoHi
Brett, I asked this questions yesterday, except my system was Linux.Here is
e answer I got:Brian Richards wrote:try running run jkconf-brianSo
try going into your bin directory and running:   tomcat.bat run
jkconfCraig.Brett Crossley wrote:
I am running JBoss-2.4.1_Tomcat-3.2.3. The Tomcat server starts fine
andworks ok, but does not generate the mod_jk.conf-auto. For 3.2.3 the docs
you don't have to set any params to get this to work. Any ideas? I have
amod_jk.conf, but did not know if I needed to modify it.Also, I downloaded
the mod_jk.dll, but that seems to go in the apachemodules directory.Any help
is apreciated.Brett

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