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From adrian <adrianthi...@netzero.net>
Subject Re: mod_jk tomcat/apache connector issue
Date Tue, 07 Jan 2003 18:26:31 GMT
One more idea, look at mod_jk.conf, I had the same error last night.
Line 4 dictates where mod_jk.so is located. I ran apachectl configtest
and it told me that mod_jk was not located at /etc/httpd/libexec/
I included the modJk=/usr/lib/apache/mod_jk.so , but it didn`t
work until I put mod_jk.so where it was looking.
Line 4 is the include for mod_jk.so.
Sounds like the same problem.
I was wrong about the connector, John said last night the JK2 connectors
backwards compatable with jk.

John Bullock wrote:

>Thanks Adrian... I commented out the JK2 connector in server.xml and
>uncommented the JK connector... still got the 'syntax error on line 4' error
>message when attempting to start apache.
>
>I also followed the instructions for trying to build coyote/JK2 on the URL
>you posted before I gave up and tried to do mod_jk instead... the mod_jk2
>problems I had were in step 8 where you run 'ant native'... the 'ant' in the
>root gave me jtc.jar with no problems, but when I did 'ant native' in the
>/jk directory, the build failed with the following:
>
>       [so] StdErr:
>       [so] ld: warning: option -o appears more than once, first setting
>taken
>       [so] ld: fatal: file mod_jk.so: cannot open file: No such file or
>directory
>       [so] ld: fatal: File processing errors. No output written to
>.libs/mod_jk.so
>       [so] collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
>
>Tried rebuilding from scratch and all sorts of things before throwing in the
>towel and following John Turner's how-to, but I can't seem to get that one
>to work either... I must be missing something because I know it can't be
>this hard to get it to work. :(
>
>[ j o h n ]
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>>The reason I asked was the default connector on 8009 is for JK2 , right
>>below it commented
>>out is the jk connector, I had to make the change recently for an
>>Apache2 config.
>>Also for building mod_jk, check out
>>http://www.pubbitch.org/jboss/mod_jk2.html,
>>may give a little insight.
>>    
>>
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: adrian [mailto:adrianthiele@netzero.net]
>Sent: Monday, January 06, 2003 5:56 PM
>To: Tomcat Users List
>Subject: Re: mod_jk tomcat/apache connector issue
>
>
>John Bullock wrote:
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>>I'll try to explain.. :)
>>
>>For a long time, I've tried to build mod_jk with the 4.1.18 connectors
>>package to no avail... it wouldn't give any errors, but I'd wind up with a
>>mod_jk.la file (617 bytes) and no .so file whatsoever.
>>
>>Using a link from John Turner's how-to, I downloaded a pre-compiled binary
>>of mod_jk and followed the configuration steps.
>>
>>Just in case:
>>http://www.johnturner.com/howto/apache2-tomcat4112-sol8-howto.html
>>
>>[ j o h n ]
>>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: adrian [mailto:adrianthiele@netzero.net]
>>Sent: Monday, January 06, 2003 5:38 PM
>>To: Tomcat Users List
>>Subject: Re: mod_jk tomcat/apache connector issue
>>
>>
>>John Bullock wrote:
>>
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>>>Haven't seen this anywhere, but when I try to start apache (2.0.43) with
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>>the
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>>>mod_jk module enabled, I get:
>>>
>>>#apachectl start
>>>Syntax error on line 4 of /usr/local/tomcat/conf/auto/mod_jk.conf:
>>>Can't locate API module structure `jk_module' in file
>>>/usr/local/apache2/modules/mod_jk.so: ld.so.1:
>>>
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>>/usr/local/apache2/bin/httpd:
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>>>fatal: jk_module: can't find symbol
>>>#
>>>
>>>Tomcat starts up correctly with working examples, however.  I think this
>>>      
>>>
>is
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>>>a library issue, though it seems like it'd happen more often and be in the
>>>FAQ?
>>>
>>>using:
>>>Tomcat 4.1.18
>>>Apache 2.0.43
>>>Java 1.4.1_01-b01
>>>
>>>[ j o h n ]
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>>Are you using mod_jk or mod_jk2 ? Tomcat 4.1.18 is setup for jk2 by
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>The reason I asked was the default connector on 8009 is for JK2 , right
>below it commented
>out is the jk connector, I had to make the change recently for an
>Apache2 config.
>Also for building mod_jk, check out
>http://www.pubbitch.org/jboss/mod_jk2.html,
>may give a little insight.
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