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From STEVE R BURRUS <steve5...@yahoo.com>
Subject How do you edit the conf file for Apache???
Date Mon, 24 Jun 2002 22:53:18 GMT
Rory, I emailed you earlier today, but YOU HAVE NOT SEEN FIT to respond back to me
yet, so I thought that I would give you another "electronic shout" again now. I
installed Apache just last nite, so I was at least trying to edit the conf file,
but not at all successfully!! Can you help me please?                SRB 

***********************************************************************************
--- "Douglas, Rory" <Rory.Douglas@na.sunchem.com> wrote:
> Just sending this again to see if I can get #@!!***$ Outlook NOT to send
> HTML mail!
> 
> I haven't set-up anything really complex but the following setup should
> work. I haven't got around to trying load-balancing, if anyone does that and
> gets it working, please share!
> 
> ------------------------------- 
> in HTTPD.CONF (in Apache2\conf) 
> ------------------------------- 
>   LoadModule jk2_module modules/mod_jk2.dll 
> 
> ------------------------------------- 
> in JK2.PROPERTIES (in Tomcat4.1\conf) 
> ------------------------------------- 
> I just commented out everything. Note that if you are using an AJP connector
> with port other than the default of 8009 you should specify here (where it
> says channelSocket.port). If you comment everything out JK seems to default
> to 8009 (and then 8010, 8011 and so on if you have more than one connector).
> If you want need specific ports for multiple connectors then specify
> channelSocket.port multiple times e.g
> 
>   channelSocket.port=8014 
>   channelSocket.port=8018 
> 
> if you have two AJP connectors specified in server.xml with port numbers
> 8014 and 8018. 
> 
> ---------------------- 
> in WORKERS2.PROPERTIES 
> ---------------------- 
> 
> I just copied this file from tomcat4.1\jtc-src\jk\conf into Apache2\conf and
> edited it a bit. The really important bits seem to be:
> 
>   [channel.socket:localhost:8009] 
>   info=Ajp13 forwarding over socket 
>   debug=20 
>   tomcatId=Tomcat-Standalone 
> 
> that actually sets up a worker. I understand that you can specify 
> 
>   group=someGroupName 
> 
> and create groups of workers for load-balancing. I also believe that every
> worker created without specfiying a group is in the default group (I think
> it is "lb").
> 
> To map contexts use [uri:] blocks like so: 
> 
>   [uri:/test] 
>   info=Test context mapping 
>   debug=20 
>   context=/test 
> 
> Again, here you can specify which workers serve that context by specifying
> group=groupName 
> 
> It's a good idea to keep these parts around too: 
> 
>   [status:] 
>   info=Status worker, displays runtime informations 
> 
>   [uri:/jkstatus/*] 
>   info=Display status information and checks the config file for changes. 
>   group=status: 
> 
> you can then hit http://yourapacheserver/jkstatus and get a loads of jk info
> that might help you catch config errors 
> 
> There are some docs in tomcat4.1\jtc-src\jk\doc\jk2 that might help (but
> they're not great). 
> 
> Hope this is useful to someone 
> cheers 
> Rory 
> 
> 
> Rory Douglas
> Sun Chemical Corporation
> (201) 224-4600 x133
> rory.douglas@na.sunchem.com <mailto:rory.douglas@na.sunchem.com> 
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