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From Malachi de AElfweald <mala...@tremerechantry.com>
Subject Re: AW: HOWTO for Apache 2.0.43 and Tomcat 4.1.12 using mod_jk2
Date Sun, 06 Oct 2002 01:38:54 GMT
Ok, rebuilt Apache up to 2.0.42 (not sure where I got 43 from... it was an older version).
This immediately made about 4 of the mods not work. jk2 still didn't work.

so deleted and redid the connectors...
modified all the build.properties files...
did ant in the main directory
evidentally, that wasn't enough
so did ant in the jk directory
still not building mod_jk2.so
so did ant in the native2 directory

it SAID that it built the mod_jk2 in jk/build/apache2/mod_jk2.so
but, it isn't there. neither is the jni one.  There is a mod_jk2.o
in jk/build/apache2/server/apache2 -- but that still isn't .so (do
I just rename it? seems like something isn't right with the linking
since it SAID it was being output elsewhere)...

Anyone have any clue?  I am starting to think it is useless to
do the inprocess stuff, which sucks since Tomcat is running REAL slow...

Malachi


10/5/2002 3:42:00 PM, Malachi de AElfweald <malachi@tremerechantry.com> wrote:

>Ok, I think I might have figured out WHAT the problem is, if someone
>can lead me in the right direction to try it...
>
>it appears that you have to do "gcc -pthread" on BSD to link to pthreads
>(as per 'man 3 pthread')....
>
>Does this mean I have to reinstall Apache with this option, or that I need
>to somehow add that cmdline option to the connectors build somewhere?
>
>Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
>
>Malachi
>
>10/5/2002 3:02:01 PM, Malachi de AElfweald <malachi@tremerechantry.com> wrote:
>
>>yeah, I just tried the jk/native2/configure script... it detected BSD ok,
>>and the linux JVM....  died at first on ltconfig saying that you had to specify
>>a hostname with --no-verify.  I put $ac_hostname after the --no-verify in the
>>configure script, and ltconfig said that kallisti.tremerechantry.com didn't exist.
>>So, I tried taking --no-verify out... still fails on the hostname... ripped that
>>back out...
>>
>>then it gets down to:
>>no apxs given
>>no apxs2 given
>>checking...tomcat33... not provided
>>checking...tomcat40... not provided
>>checking...tomcat41... not provided
>>checking JDK...
>>checking Java platform...
>>os_type... linux
>>configure:error: Cannot find any WebServer
>>
>>Very confusing...  So, I can build the mod_jk2.so normally with ant...
>>but that file doesn't work with Apache2... and can't seem to make it by hand...
>>
>>Malachi
>>
>>10/5/2002 1:47:21 PM, "Michael Riess" <sdemr@selltec.de> wrote:
>>
>>>Sorry, of course it's "LoadModule" not "AddModule" ... I did it on RedHat
>>>Linux 7.2, which might explain your pthread problem. Unfortunately I don't
>>>have any experience with FreeBSD. maybe you should try going to the
>>>jk/native2 directory and use buildconf.sh -> configure -> make ... but that
>>>didn't seem to work for me, could be a libtool problem.
>>>
>>>It's really sad to see that the apache & tomcat developers are devoting so
>>>little attention to mod_jk/mod_jk2, reminds me of the time before mod_ssl
>>>was "built into" apache (IMO all closely dependent modules should be
>>>integrated into apache, as they need to be modified with every apache
>>>version). It was exactly the same situation, even most developers didn't
>>>know which combination was stable.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
>>>Von: Malachi de AElfweald [mailto:malachi@tremerechantry.com]
>>>Gesendet: Samstag, 5. Oktober 2002 21:33
>>>An: Tomcat Users List
>>>Betreff: Re: HOWTO for Apache 2.0.43 and Tomcat 4.1.12 using mod_jk2
>>>
>>>
>>>I did step 1, and even went into the jk directory and did "ant native" as
>>>well (per the jk/README.txt)
>>>just in case...
>>>
>>>I did step 2...
>>>
>>>Step 3 will not work on Apache2 according to the Apache2 documentation
>>>http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/upgrading.html :
>>>"The AddModule and ClearModuleList directives no longer exist. "
>>>
>>>As such, I did LoadModule, but that fails...
>>>What OS are you running? I think that is part of my problem.
>>>I am running FreeBSD. It said it couldn't find pthread_mutex_unlock --
>>>so I tried installing pthread support... no luck...
>>>
>>>Looking closer, I see that jk/native2/common/jk_mutex_thread.c is talking
>>>about pthreads... and it says that it is a wrapper for apr....  Which is
>>>probably where the problem comes from since the build.properties for the jk
>>>directory was a pain to figure out, due to the fact that apache2 on FreeBSD
>>>has files in /usr/local/lib/apache2, /usr/local/libexec/apache2,
>>>/usr/local/etc/apache2,
>>>/usr/local/www....  I tried to fix the build.properties to match the actual
>>>system,
>>>but maybe the build isn't good enough to handle it...  the apr files are in
>>>the
>>>same directories listed there, and I modified the build.properties to
>>>reflect that.
>>>** So perhaps someone can tell me how to correctly build the "jk" directory
>>>on FreeBSD?
>>>
>>>But, in regards to your comment -- I completely agree... Try setting up jk2
>>>with
>>>jni and find out how many examples are out there... NONE that I could find
>>>on google.
>>>So, it is all guesswork since the documentation isn't really all there.
>>>
>>>Malachi
>>>
>>>
>>>10/5/2002 12:07:32 PM, "Michael Riess" <sdemr@selltec.de> wrote:
>>>
>>>>Helped myself ... used mod_jk2 for 2.0.42 for Apache 2.0.43 and it didn't
>>>>work, so I built mod_jk2.so myself. For anyone trying to use Tomcat with
>>>>Apache 2.0 I suggest the following way for fast results:
>>>>
>>>>1. Obtain the source for jakarta-tomcat-connectors. try building the whole
>>>>thing using ant until it's done or you see libtool complaining about
>>>>"-lapr".
>>>>2. In jk/build/Apache2 you should find the mod_jk2.so file, copy that to
>>>>your Apache installation module directory
>>>>3. Add "AddModule jk2_module modules/mod_jk2.so" to your httpd.conf
>>>>4. in your tomcat 4.1.12 (or similar) installation, edit the
>>>>conf/jk2.properties to contain the following:
>>>>
>>>>handler.list=apr,channelSocket,request
>>>>channelSocket.port=8019
>>>>
>>>>5. create workers2.properties in the APACHE conf directory, containing:
>>>>
>>>>[shm]
>>>>file=${serverRoot}/logs/shm.file
>>>>size=1048576
>>>>
>>>>[channel.socket:localhost:8019]
>>>>port=8019
>>>>host=127.0.0.1
>>>>
>>>>[ajp13:localhost:8019]
>>>>channel=channel.socket:localhost:8019
>>>>
>>>>[uri:/examples/*]
>>>>worker=ajp13:localhost:8019
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Done! I didn't get the unix socket communication to work, but I guess that
>>>>I've already achieved more than many desperate newbies trying to use Tomcat
>>>>with Apache.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>Good luck to all of you! If anyone reading this knows a bettewr procedure,
>>>>I'd be glad to give it a try.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>P.S.: To any developer: Don't you think it's a shame that users like me
>>>have
>>>>to do these things, compiling, ignoring errors, adapting config files until
>>>>it seems to work? I mean, you keep cleaning up code, easing configuration,
>>>>and the most important things (for instance getting it to work with THE
>>>>standard web server) remain a mystery for 85% of all potential tomcat users
>>>>(I estimate)? IMO you should get the Apache developers to include mod_jk2
>>>as
>>>>a standard module, if you don't have the time to maintain it properly. It
>>>>seems to depend more on the Apache source than on tomcat.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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