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From "Anthony W. Marino" <anth...@AWMObjects.com>
Subject Re: Which Apache-To-Tomcat Connector
Date Wed, 24 Apr 2002 17:26:03 GMT
On Wednesday 24 April 2002 11:54 am, Pascal Forget wrote:
> Anthony W. Marino wrote:
> >Any reason for using AJP14 over AJP13?
> >And what about mod_webapp?
>
> For starters, you could read http://www.ubeans.com/tomcat
>
> One question you might want to ask yourself is wether you REALLY
> need Apache forwarding requests to Tomcat.  Doing so is MUCH slower
> than having the clients (web browsers) talking to Tomcat directly using the
> HTTP connector. 

You're talking about dynamic content.  Since static content would be running 
from Apache WS.

> With a little planning before you develop your
> applications,
> you can have Tomcat serve dynamic content on one IP address while Apache
> serves static content on another IP address.
>

What connector...jk, jk2 or warp???
What are the advantages of using warp over jk/jk2 (besides loadbalancing).  
What are the advantages of using jk over jk2?


Thanks,
Anthony

> I am not saying that you should not use the connectors; there are many
> valid reasons to use either mod_jk or mod_webapp to connect Apache to
> Tomcat. I am just saying that you should evaluate your needs first.
>
> Best Regards,
>
> Pascal



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