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From "Turner, John" <JTur...@AAS.com>
Subject RE: configure CoyoteConnector with mod_jk in tomcat 4.1.x
Date Thu, 16 Jan 2003 20:20:55 GMT

1 - you can go either way.  On my systems, there are separate Tomcats, each
with one Connector.  Others do it differently.

John


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pedro Salazar [mailto:pedro-b-salazar@ptinovacao.pt]
> Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2003 3:18 PM
> To: Tomcat Users List
> Subject: RE: configure CoyoteConnector with mod_jk in tomcat 4.1.x
> 
> 
> <clear>
> OK, I wasn't clear about the workers.properties. I was 
> thinking that it
> was also used by tomcat. I thought that I could configure several
> workers by in configuration file that a tomcat would create on
> initialization. Workers to me were processes: 2 workers for 
> apj13, more
> 2 for apj14, .... But, workers are just *tomcat instances*! In that
> context, workers.properties only have meaning to apache! I'm 
> clear now,
> thanks!
> </clear>
> 
> <two-more-things>
> <one>
> To have several tomcat instances in one machine, they must run in
> different ports. To achieve that we should create several Connectors
> configured in different ports on the server.xml, or should we run
> different processes (different JVMs) by running several "catalinas"?
> </one>
> <two>
> So, what could be wrong when I use the CoyoteConnector? The
> workers.properties should be the same as for the 
> Apj13Connector, and it
> works with me! 
> </two>
> </two-more-thing>
> 

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