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From "Charles Daniel" <daniel_char...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: done did not found a worker
Date Tue, 10 Feb 2004 00:41:00 GMT
Nicholas:

Give up trying to use Apache2 with mod_jk.  After spending days on the message boards trying
to solve this one, I was ultimately told by the so-called "experts" that  "I had a network
configuration problem and that some process was likely to be either already using or blocking
port 8009".  

Poppy-Cock! Boulder Dash!  I decided to attempt installing JK2 on the same server just to
see if it would work.  Guess what?  JK2 and Apache2 worked on my first attempt.  So much for
getting advice from the EXPERTS!  JK2 is not recommended if you are in a production environment
however.  JK2 is too young and untested for production environments and exploitable bugs and
stability problems may arise. 

If you are building a production system -or- you just insist on using mod_jk then revert back
to Apache 1.x. w/ mod_jk. Otherwise you may never get your server working.  

That's just the opinion of one who has suffered long enough with the Apache2 mod_jk  SNAFFU.
IMHO that combo just doesn't work together inspite of what Apache says.  And if anybody thinks
I'm wrong then they had ample time to help me when I was posting help requests concerning
this issue all over the www. As it stands few would touch it with a ten foot pole. And the
few who did were wrong.

Osensei
daniel_charles@hotmail.com<mailto:daniel_charles@hotmail.com>

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Nicholas Bernstein<mailto:nick@docmagic.com> 
  To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org<mailto:tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org> 
  Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 1:33 PM
  Subject: done did not found a worker


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