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From "James Ward" <jam...@firstlink.com>
Subject RE: mod_proxy VS mod_jk2
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2002 20:59:46 GMT
I have read some emails on the Jboss list stating that in Apache2,
mod_proxy seems to be faster.  Check the archive on sf.net for the
actual posts.

-James


-----Original Message-----
From: Catalin [mailto:catalin@cyber.ro] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 11, 2002 2:57 PM
To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: mod_proxy VS mod_jk2

hi,

does anybody know if there is a performance test 
between apache mod_proxy and mod_jk2.

the thing is that you can configure your apache server
to "map" one location eg: /examples
to be served from your local tomcat running server.

so i wonder which way is the best !

the fast way is to configure apache with mod_proxy and to let
tomcat run stand alone.

10x in advance !

Catalin


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