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From Mike DiChiappari <>
Subject RE: Apache/tomcat serving weird pages
Date Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:45:50 GMT
I have tomcat 4.1.24 with apache 2.0.40-21.  I am not sure of the version 
of mod_jk2.  When the server was setup, the mod_jk2's that were available 
did not work (apache would display an error message when starting up).  We 
were able to find a mod_jk2 with the file name


>Message-ID: <473185057AB4D7118B6C00508B624DDA06B424@ALPHENPDC>
>From: Carl Olivier <>
>To: 'Tomcat Users List' <>
>Subject: RE: Apache/tomcat serving weird pages
>Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 09:24:34 +0200
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>I have had similar problems.
>What version of Tomcat are you using?  It could be that your is
>not of the correct version.  If you are using TC 5.0.19 you should be using
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Mike DiChiappari []
>Sent: 12 June 2004 01:02 AM
>Subject: Apache/tomcat serving weird pages
>I am seeing some weird behavior with Apache and Tomcat.  When I quickly
>refresh the page from the browser, sometimes the wrong page appears.  We
>have two web sites on our server with virtual hosts.  If I am reloading a
>page on web site A, sometimes a page from web site B appears.  This seems
>to only occur with JSPs.
>I am using Apache 2.0, Tomcat 4.1.24, and I believe jk2.  I didn't
>originally configure the server.  But this is how it seems to be
>configured.  The file contains two workers - one for
>each of the virtual web sites.  The lines look like:
>worker=ajp13:localhost:8019.  The line for the other site uses 8009 for the
>The file is very simple.  It has the following two lines:
>    handler.list = channerlSocket,request
>    channelSocket.port = 8009
>I am still looking into how to interpret these configuration files.  Any
>ideas or pointers would be appreciated.
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