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From Oscar Carrillo <tom...@daydream.stanford.edu>
Subject Re: Apache-tomcat via mod_jk configuration
Date Thu, 18 Dec 2003 06:42:37 GMT
Are you sure you meant "httpd1"?

The daemon script on my site is "httpd".

The website explains a setup for Tomcat 4, not Tomcat 5. I don't know if 
there's any difference, but there may be.

I'm also confused as you apparently didn't copy your configuration into 
this post, you just copied most of the contents of my web page into it.

Oscar
http://daydream.stanford.edu/tomcat/install_web_services.html

On Wed, 17 Dec 2003 dhayalan@curvet.net wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
>  I've read a configuration of tomcat and apache
> (http://daydream.stanford.edu/tomcat/install_web_services.html ) over
> the last 4 days, and I've found much of what I need to be lacking....
> 
>  After reading full documentation on the jakarta website about how the  server.xml is
organized for tomcat 4, I still have some
> questions...
> 
>  I will first explain the desired setup, then I will show what I have.  
> If you gracious folks can help me set this up, I will GLADLY set up a
> complete HOW-TO replicating the solution on my website for all the world
> to see. you knows you probably get a lot of questions about this.  My
> hope is to guide the user by the hand step by step for this complex
> process.  I have been using Tomcat 3 for a long time with mod_jk and
> have been very happy, but I now need the newer features of Tomcat 4.
> 
>  Here's the setup (everywhere hereafter, I've replaced the actual domain
> names with <domainname> for privacy...just know that everytime you see
> that, its actually a domain name, and ignore the < > brackets
> 
>  Redhat Linux 9
>  httpd-2.0.48                                                                       
         -------->/ usr/loca/apache2
>  Java   JDK 1.4.2_03                                                                
   ------->/usr/lcoal/java
>  Tomcat 5.0.16  Light Edition (since I have jdk 1.4.2_03) .------>/usr/local/tomcat
> mod_jk                                                                              
            -------->/usr/lcoal/src/mod_jk
> 
> my question is  there is httpd in linux 9 and postgresql  and i installed apache and
tomcat and psotgresql i added the httpd1 and tomcat  in sbin/chkconfig --add httpd1 amd tomcatd
by using the configuration given in   http://daydream.stanford.edu/tomcat/install_web_services.html
 site fully    then i started the catalina_home /bin/startup.sh which was started in  command
line  but i am not able to get test page in Browser it tells that connection refused 
> 
> i start by using httpd1 and tomcatd it shows that unreconized service
> 
> please help to solve the problem  as soon as possible
> 
> 
> Thakning You
> Dhayalan.G
> 
> 
> #####################################################
> Configure Environment Variables
> Edit and add the lines below to "/etc/profile"
> Make sure you logout and login for this to take effect. If you're in XWindow you might
need to quit out of XWindow and exit primary shell. Then login again and start XWindow again
(startx). It's really good to get this straight from the beginning.
> JAVA_HOME=/usr/local/java/java
> CATALINA_HOME=/usr/local/tomcat
> PATH=$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH:$HOME/bin:/sbin:/usr/sbin
> CLASSPATH=$CATALINA_HOME/bin/bootstrap.jar:$JAVA_HOME/lib/tools.jar:$CATALINA_HOME/common/lib/servlet.jar:/usr/local/pgsql/share/java/postgresql.jar:../lib/struts.jar:.
> Now add the PATH JAVA_HOME CATALINA_HOME & CLASSPATH if any aren't in the export
line
> export PATH USER LOGNAME MAIL HOSTNAME HISTSIZE INPUTRC JAVA_HOME CATALINA_HOME CLASSPATH
> This will output your environment variables
> env
> Install JAVA
> mkdir /usr/local/java
> cd /usr/local/java
> sh j2sdk-1_4_2-linux-i586.bin
> The jdk directory is then extracted
> mv j2sdk-1.4.2 /usr/local/java
> ln -s j2sdk1.4.2 java
> Now the java directory will be in /usr/local/java/java. I do it like this so I can keep
all my different JDKs/JREs in one directory and then just change the symbolic link to point
to the current one.
> Install Jakarta TOMCAT
> tar xvfz jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27.tar.gz
> mv jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27 /usr/local/
> cd /usr/local
> ln -s jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27 tomcat
> Install Jakarta ANT
> tar xvfz jakarta-ant-1.5.4
> mv jakarta-ant-1.5.4 /usr/local
> cd /usr/local
> ln -s jakarta-ant-1.5.4 ant
> ln -s /usr/local/ant/bin/ant /usr/local/bin/ant
> Install OPENSSL
> tar xvfz openssl-0.9.7c.tar.gz
> mv openssl-0.9.7c /usr/local/src/
> cd /usr/local/src/
> ln -s /usr/local/openssl-0.9.7c openssl
> cd openssl-0.9.7c
> ./config
> make
> make test
> make install #This will install in /usr/local/ssl
> Install APACHE
> tar xvfz httpd-2.0.47.tar.Z
> cd httpd-2.0.47
> ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2 --enable-so --enable-rewrite \
>                 --enable-ssl --with-ssl=/usr/local/ssl --enable-proxy
> make
> make install #(places in /usr/local/apache2)
> Build/Install MOD_JK Connector
> Build mod_jk
> cd /usr/local/src/jakarta-tomcat-connectors-jk-1.2.4-src/jk/native
> ./buildconf.sh
> ./configure --with-apxs=/usr/local/apache2/bin/apxs
> make
> cp apache-2.0/mod_jk.so /usr/local/apache2/modules Installs mod_jk in correct location
> Configure Apache for mod_jk
> I put these lines in http.conf just before NameVirtualHost
> <IfModule !mod_jk.c>
>   LoadModule jk_module modules/mod_jk.so
> </IfModule>
> Configure APACHE/NON-SSL
> 
>    1. mkdir /usr/local/http_nonsecure 
> 
>     * #Look for similar lines.
>     * #Make sure you have lines that say this in conf/http.conf:
>     * Listen myhost.mydomain:80
> 
>     * #Same with this line:
>     * #Make sure you do this line because it will listen
>     * #and try to do http on the https port as well.
>     * ServerName myhost.mydomain:80
> 
>     * #Same with this line:
>     * NameVirtualHost myhost.mydomain
>     * #I also do this to help people get to right page:
> 
>     * #Make sure you have VirtualHost like this 
> 
>       <VirtualHost myhost.mydomain:80>
>             ServerAdmin me@myhost.mydomain
>             DocumentRoot /usr/local/http_nonsecure
>             ServerName myhost.mydomain:80
>             ErrorLog logs/webapp_public-error_log
>             CustomLog logs/webapp_public-access_log common
> 
>             # Static files
>             Alias /mywebapp "/usr/local/tomcat/webapps/mywebapp"
> 
>             <Directory "/usr/local/tomcat/webapps/mywebapp">
>                   Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
>                   DirectoryIndex index.jsp </Directory>
> 
>             # Deny direct access to WEB-INF and META-INF
>             <Location "/mywebapp/WEB-INF/*">
>                   AllowOverride None
>                   deny from all </Location>
> 
>             <Location "/mywebapp/META-INF/*">
>                   AllowOverride None
>                   deny from all </Location>
>             #Add these lines too
>             #It's likely you don't want people to access your
>             #secure site via plain old http. So I tell it to go
>             #somewhere else where I may have useful but unsecured
>             #site
>             JkMount /mywebapp_nonsecure/*.do ajp13
>             JkMount /mywebapp_nonsecure/*.jsp ajp13
>             JkMount /mywebapp_nonsecure ajp13
>             JkMount /mywebapp_nonsecure/* ajp13 </VirtualHost>
> 
>       Make sure you add these lines too
>       But don't use an include for mod_jk.conf file
>       Because it will then be global
>       JkWorkersFile "/usr/local/tomcat/conf/jk/workers.properties"
>       JkLogFile "/usr/local/tomcat/logs/mod_jk.log"
> 
> Configure Apache/SSL
> 
>    1. mkdir /usr/local/http_secure 
> 
> #Now make changes in ssl.conf
> #Look for similar lines and make sure it looks like this:
> 
>       <VirtualHost _default_:443>
>       # General setup for the virtual host
>       DocumentRoot "/usr/local/http_secure"
>       #ServerName new.host.name:443
>       ServerName myhost.mydomain:443
>       ServerAdmin me@myhost.mydomain
>       ErrorLog logs/error_log
>       TransferLog logs/access_log
> 
>       Redirect / https://myhost.mydomain/mywebapp
> 
>       # Static files
>       Alias /mywebapp "/usr/local/tomcat/webapps/mywebapp"
> 
> 
>       <Directory "/usr/local/tomcat/webapps/mywebapp">
>             Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
>             DirectoryIndex index.jsp </Directory>
> 
>       # Deny direct access to WEB-INF and META-INF
>       <Location "/mywebapp/WEB-INF/*">
>             AllowOverride None
>             deny from all </Location>
> 
>       <Location "/mywebapp/META-INF/*">
>             AllowOverride None
>             deny from all </Location>
> 
>       JkMount /mywebapp/*.do ajp13
>       JkMount /mywebapp/*.jsp ajp13
> 
>       JkMount /mywebapp ajp13
>       JkMount /mywebapp/* ajp13 
> 
> Create SSL Certificate
> 
> I didn't record my steps that well, but I think this is correct.
> Someone else who outlined this in his install document and has some info on other packages
such as Oracle, JFreeChart, and iText
> Please see http://myweb.cableone.net/kdubuisson/Install.PDF
> cd /usr/local/ssl/bin
> ./openssl genrsa -out myhost.mydomain.key 1024
> ./openssl req -new -key myhost.mydomain.key -out myhost.mydomain.csr
> #Answer the questions you are prompted with
> ./openssl x509 -days 365 -req -in myhost.mydomain.csr \
>     -signkey myhost.mydomain.key -out myhost.mydomain.cert #For 1 year
> cp myhost.mydomain.* /usr/local/apache2/conf #copy them over
> #edit http.conf file
> SSLCeritifcateFile /usr/local/apache2/conf/myhost.mydomain.cert
> SSLCertificateKeyFile /usr/local/apache2/conf/myhost.mydomain.key
> Configure Tomcat for mod_jk Connector
> Directly below this line in "/usr/local/tomcat/conf/server.xml"
> <Server port="8005" shutdown="SHUTDOWN" debug="1"\>
> Add these lines:
> <Listener className="org.apache.ajp.tomcat4.config.ApacheConfig" modJk="/usr/local/apache2/modules/mod_jk.so"
workersConfig="/usr/local/tomcat/conf/jk/workers.properties"/>
>  
> Directly below this line in "/usr/local/tomcat/conf/server.xml"
> <Host name="localhost" debug="0" appBase="webapps">
> Add this line
> <Listener className="org.apache.ajp.tomcat4.config.ApacheConfig" append="true" forwardAll="false"
modJk="/usr/local/apache2/modules/mod_jk.so" />
>  
> Comment out JK2 connector, and uncomment AJP1.3 connector (jk). Will show details later
> Change instances of localhost to whatever your domain name is
> 
> Create file "/usr/local/tomcat/conf/jk/workers.properties" with these contents:
> # Setting Tomcat & Java Home
> workers.tomcat_home=/usr/local/tomcat
> workers.java_home=/usr/local/java/java
> ps=/
> worker.list=ajp13
> worker.ajp13.port=8009
> worker.ajp13.host=localhost
> worker.ajp13.type=ajp13
> Install Postgresql
> WARNING! I have not gotten 7.3.4 to work with JDBC on RedHat 7.3. I had to use 7.3.2.
I'm looking into this and will post instructions when I figure it out.
> RedHat 9 works fine
> cd /usr/local/src
> tar xvfz postgresql-7.3.4.tar.gz
> cd postgresql-7.3.4
> ./configure --with-tcl --with-java
> gmake
> gmake install
> chown postgres.postgres /usr/local/pgsql/data
> Install Pgaccess
> cd /usr/local/src
> tar xvfz pgaccess-0.98.8.20030520.tar.gz
> cp -R pgaccess /usr/local/pgaccess
> cd pgaccess
> make clean
> make all
> Configure Postgresql
> I like to keep my postgresql data in /usr/local/pgsql. The daemon scripts below point
to that location
> mkdir /usr/local/pgsql/data
> chown postgres.postgres /usr/local/pgsql/data
> chmod 0700 /usr/local/pgsql/data
> /etc/rc.d/init.d/postgresql start Test it by doing this
> Copying over database from old installation to new
> su
> su postgres You'll need switch to postgres user, so that you have access unless your
user already has access
> pg_dump nameOfDatabase > nameOfDatabase.psql To dump a single database
> pg_dumpall > allDatabases.psql To dump all your databases
> createdb -T template0 nameOfDatabase First you have to create database on new server
> psql nameOfDatabase optionally create new user in psql shell
>       CREATE USER username;
> \q
> Quit out of psql
> 
> 
> Copy .psql file over to your new server if necessary. Make sure postgres or your user
has access to file
> If database exist already, and you're uploading a newer version.
> dropdb nameOfDatabase Get rid of old db first
> psql nameOfDatabase < nameOfDatabase.psql Now, add the new one
> 
> #I'm not sure if this is the best way to get this working, but I do this
> JDBC Configuration
> ln -s /usr/local/pgsql/share/java/postgresql.jar /usr/local/tomcat/common/lib/postgresql.jar
> I use my own connection pool, so I have a servlet that starts this up at tomcat startup
> This is in /usr/local/tomcat/webapps/mywebapp/WEB-INF/web.xml
> You can try using commons-pool or commons-dbcp to use a general-purpose database connection
pool.
> 
>       <!-- Database Initialization Servlet Configuration for mywebapp Postgres -->
>       <servlet>
>             <servlet-name>setup</servlet-name>
>             <servlet-class>mywebapp.SetupServlet</servlet-class>
>             <init-param>
>                   <param-name>test</param-name>
>                   <param-value>test value</param-value> </init-param>
>             <load-on-startup>1</load-on-startup> </servlet> 
> 
> Install Struts
> This is a no-brainer.
> Just put the struts.jar (and other jars if there are more) and tld so your webapp can
get to it. I also put it in my path, as noted above with: "../lib/struts.jar". This way I
can build from /usr/local/tomcat/webapps/mywebapp/WEB-INF/classes/. You'll need a copy of
these in EACH webapp you deploy.
> cp *.jar /usr/local/tomcat/webapps/mywebapp/WEB-INF/lib/
> cp *.tld /usr/local/tomcat/webapps/mywebapp/WEB-INF
> Daemon scripts: Files in /etc/rc.d/init.d (tomcatd, postgresql, httpd)
> Here's a brief explanation of unusual features in my daemon scripts
> tomcatd
> #You can add this line for status in tomcatd. It outputs all tomcat processes
> ps ax --width=1000 | grep "[o]rg.apache.catalina.startup.Bootstrap start" | awk '{printf
$1 " "}'
> 
> postgresql
> Here's a brief explanation of unusual features in my daemon scripts
> You can make these changes in a daemon script to allow it to connect with jdbc
> Edit /etc/rc.d/init.d/postgresql. JDBC needs to connect via tcp/ip, so
> add "-i" next to "-p $" so that the line contains this:
> '-i -p $'
> 
> Download all the daemon scripts
> Just download my scripts below. Change them if you need to, but if you've followed all
my instructions above then you shouldn't have to.
> /etc/rc.d/init.d/tomcatd
> /etc/rc.d/init.d/postgresql This one is not the most recent. There ARE errors in this
script regarding locations. I'll upload a new one soon.
> /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd
> 
> chkconfig
> This installs scripts to start at startup and shutdown when system is halted
> After you've copied all daemon scripts to /etc/rc.d/init.d, make sure you've changed
the chkconfig line to reflect the appropriate runlevels
> First make sure they are disabled, or else chkconfig sometimes gets confused
> 
> /sbin/chkconfig --del tomcatd
> /sbin/chkconfig --del httpd
> /sbin/chkconfig --del postgresql
> Now add them
> /sbin/chkconfig --add tomcatd
> /sbin/chkconfig --add httpd
> /sbin/chkconfig --add postgresql
> 
> ################################################################################
> 
> 
> 
> 
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