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Subject Problem with mod_jk2
Date Wed, 06 Aug 2003 17:00:44 GMT

I've compiled mod_jk2, and installed it intirely according to the
instructions on the website.

I'm using apache 2.0.47 and tomcat 4.1.24

I have the impression that the mod_jk2 modules is loaded correctly, but that
it is completely ignoring my file. No URL mappings work.

I do have an apache installation that is a bit peculiar. To make ist short,
conf is not a subdir of ${serverroot}.
Now the website says the following:

"The config file is named "", located by default in
${serverRoot}/conf, where ${serverRoot} is the web server dir, like
/usr/local/apache. It is possible to modify the location of the file using
server-specific directives."

Can someone enlighten me as to which "server-specific directive" I can use
to tell mod_jk2 where the file is? (JkWorkersFile as in
mod_jk doesn't work, it throws a syntax error from Apache...)


Krist van Besien

Krist van Besien
Unix Specialist BZBD
Bundesamt für Informatik und Telekommunikation BIT
Monbijoustrasse 74, CH-3003 Bern
Tel. +41 31 322 24 46

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