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From Kevin Kovach <kkov...@kevinkovach.com>
Subject Re: Another port 80 problem
Date Thu, 16 Jan 2003 02:13:15 GMT
Well, I think that did it. I changed my .host in workers.properties to 
be "localhost" instead of the FQDN and it seems to be working now. Can 
you tell me why that might be? Why you thought to change that? So that I 
might understand. Thanks a bunch.

- Kevin

Turner, John wrote:

>I'm stumped...everything looks OK to me, but I have been caught saying that
>before.  I have a tendency to miss little things like "workers" instead of
>"worker" in workers.properties, "l" instead of "1" in "ajp13", etc., not
>that you have any of that.  The only thing I would try would be changing
>.host in workers.properties to be "localhost" instead of the FQDN, or maybe
>the IP address.
>
>The only other thing is that I use the auto-gen ApacheConfig stuff, and it
>uses explicit FQDN for the VirtualHost container, that is, "VirtualHost
>some.domain.com" instead of "VirtualHost *".  While "VirtualHost *" is
>prefectly valid, it might be something that breaks the JkMount statement
>somehow.
>
>John
>
>  
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Kevin Kovach [mailto:kkovach@kevinkovach.com]
>>Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2003 11:29 AM
>>To: Tomcat Users List
>>Subject: Re: Another port 80 problem
>>
>>
>>Done, but no change. Still get the '500 Internal Server 
>>Error'. I still 
>>get a regular record in my access log in apache, which leads me to 
>>believe that I've got something wrong in my tomcat config. I'm sure I 
>>could be wrong. :-) All the connector tags and such in server.xml are 
>>still not clear to me.
>>
>>- Kevin
>>
>>Turner, John wrote:
>>
>>    
>>
>>>A suggestion...put the three lines that you have at the 
>>>      
>>>
>>bottom of your
>>    
>>
>>>httpd.conf above the section of httpd.conf that has the 
>>>      
>>>
>>JkMount statements.
>>    
>>
>>>John
>>>
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>
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