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From chris.hanra...@zurich.com
Subject mod_jk Internal Server Error
Date Wed, 23 Oct 2002 02:45:31 GMT
Greetings,

I am running Apache 1.3.27 and Tomcat 3.3.1 under Red Hat Linux.

Apache is on one server, and Tomcat is on a different server.

I have configured apache to send all requests for .jsp files to the Tomcat
server.  Here is the workers.properties file from the apache server:

worker.baluxas01.port=8009
worker.baluxas01.host=10.179.16.53
worker.baluxas01.type=ajp13
worker.baluxas01.lbfactor=1

In httpd.conf on the apache server, I have:

JkMount /*.jsp baluxas01

Whenever I access any jsp file, I receive an Apache "Internal Error"
message via the web browser.  There are no other details listed, no Java or
other errors.  There is also nothing in the Apache error log, the mod_jk
error log, or the Tomcat error log.  No console messages appear on the
server running Tomcat.

If I install Tomcat on the same server as Apache, and reconfigure the
workers.properties file so that :

worker.baluxas01.host=10.179.16.53

is set to

worker.baluxas01.host=localhost

then everything works correctly and the jsp pages appear like they are
supposed to.  It is when I try to connect to a Tomcat container running on
another machine that I run into problems.

I have searched the Internet and the mail list archives without much
success.  Most people are running Apache and Tomcat on the same physical
server.  Is the setup I described supported ?  Am I missing something in my
configuration ?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks very much,

Chris Hanrahan




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