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From ach...@saysit.com
Subject Re: where to put mod_jk.conf
Date Mon, 23 Sep 2002 12:45:57 GMT
Milt Epstein wrote:
> 
> On Mon, 23 Sep 2002, Turner, John wrote:
> 
> > Yes, you need to copy the mod_jk.conf to the Apache box each time
> > Tomcat is started.
> [ ... ]
> 
> I don't think this is quite true -- I'd say it only needs to be copied
> if the Tomcat configuration changes -- and that's represented by
> server.xml, the directories under webapps, and perhaps some other
> things.  But if those are in a steady state, there shouldn't need to
> be any changes to the mod_jk conf -- and I'd even remove (or comment
> out) the Listener lines in server.xml that are creating it.
> 
> So, it depends on what kind of environment the person is working in --
> production, where things change rarely, or development, where things
> may change much more often.

Yes, true. 
The newer box is Apache2+Tomcat404 and had a different directory name. 
The older one (now the app-server) has Apache1.3.16+Tomcat(some number).
In the heat of battle, one quickly forgets that level of detail and I
can't go and upgrade the boxes apropos version-control and all that.

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