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From Marcel Stör <mar...@frightanic.com>
Subject SOLVED! Re: Re: mod_jk cutting off request params?
Date Thu, 02 Sep 2004 08:43:35 GMT
Marcel Stör wrote:
> "Bill Barker" <wbarker@wilshire.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> news:<ch69nu$v4b$1@sea.gmane.org>...
>> I don't know of any problems with the Ajp12Connector (other than the
>> fact that it is old :). It looks like it should get the query string
>> from Apache fine. I also can't see why the request isn't showing up
>> in the Tomcat access-log.Of course, AccessLogInterceptor doesn't
>> flush it's output by default, but I'm assuming that's not the
>> problem.
>>
>> About the only thing I can suggest is to enable the LogEvents
>> element in server.xml. This will give you way more information than
>> you usually want, but it may include something that will show what
>> the problem is.
>>
>> The Ajp13 protocol is better tested with TC 3.3, so if it's not too
>> radical, you might also try switching mod_jk to Ajp13.
>
> Ok, all I would have to do, is to enable Ajp13 in server.xml (usually
> port 8009) and to update my workers.properties (remove Ajp12 from
> workers list), right?

Switching from Ajp12 to Ajp13 did indeed solve the problem. Many thanks to
you Bill.

Regards,
Marcel


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