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From "Anthony W. Marino" <>
Subject Re: Which Apache-To-Tomcat Connector
Date Wed, 24 Apr 2002 19:31:28 GMT
I understand what you're trying to say.

Can you tell me the fundamental difference between "jk" and "jk2". 

I just read on this list that in the current release of "mod_webapp" there is 
an additional hit in performance for static pages as well since it has to go 
to TC then to Apache for static content serving...yuk.


> >>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?
> No connector at all.  Your dynamic pages would refer to the Apache web
> server that's listening
> on another IP address.  For example, an "index.jsp" page served by the
> HTTP connector of
> Tomcat would contain a reference to an image served by Apache by putting
> the fully qualified
> hostname in the href:   <img
> src="http://my.apache.server/images/myimage.jpeg">
> Pascal

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