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From Andrew Miehs <>
Subject Re: tomcat jsessionid
Date Mon, 16 May 2005 18:09:53 GMT
Are you load balancing? or do you have two different applications on  
two different servers?

The cookie is attached to the host name. Therefore you will have  two  

One cookie: hostA:JESSIONID and the other hostB:JESSIONID

Or do both hosts A and B have BOTH applications? IE:

Can someone access http://hostA/abc and https://hostA/abc ?
- If so - and these are two different appications - you will have  


On May 16, 2005, at 4:54 PM, Millie Morton wrote:

> As a systems admin I've set up the following
> apache-2.0.54
> tomcat-5.0.28
> We are loadbalancing (tomcat) 2 different applications with the  
> same path, one under SSL on hostA and the other unsecure on hostB.
> Application A:   http:/hostA/abc
> Application B:   https:/hostB/abc
> The problem is: if a user goes to Application A (on hostA) first  
> and then to Application B (on hostB) we are seeing apache log  
> entries with 2 JSESSIONIDS, one from hostA and one from hostB. This  
> makes for stickiness problems as you can imagine.
> Is there a way to fix this without changing the path for one of the  
> apps?

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