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From "Charles Daniel" <daniel_char...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: done did not found a worker
Date Tue, 10 Feb 2004 04:47:46 GMT
David:

Then let me congratulate you on your positive experience with this uggggghm ... software.
 You must have been very good in your past life.  Honestly,  I'm sure that there are some
who have installed this ugggghm .. software successfully, but I tried everything I could think
of and no cigar.  Maybe there are certain versions of Linux that make mod_jk hiccup when combined
with Apace2.  

Mine is SuSE Linux 8.0. I previously had mod_jk and Apache 1.x working on the same server.
 When I upgraded to Apache2 I started from scratch.  All new binaries and tar files from both
the Apache and Jakarta web sites.  I used the auto config feature, so it wasn't like I configured
something wrong in the .conf files.  Tomcat generated it own config in the auto directory.
 When that failed manually edited all of my httpd.conf file with the same results.

Oh and by the way let me refer you to Nicholas, who seems to be having the same problem as
I did. Maybe an expert like yourself can help him.  I'm no longer interested.

Osensei - OUT

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: David Rees<mailto:drees@greenhydrant.com> 
  To: Tomcat Users List<mailto:tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org> 
  Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 7:37 PM
  Subject: Re: done did not found a worker


  On Mon, February 9, 2004 at 4:41 pm, Charles Daniel wrote:
  >
  > 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".

  Hmm, I've had no problems at all using mod_jk with Apache2 on both various
  Linux and SGI Irix machines.  I must be a so-called "expert".  ;-)

  -Dave

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