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From Chris Pat <cpa...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: mod_jk weirdness
Date Tue, 07 Feb 2006 12:25:14 GMT
Hi Darren
Thanks.  That appears right, however I dont know how
to make the worker resolve the Tomcat->Apache
connection?  Do I have to make some entry in http.conf
for the Tomcat->Apache communication?  Ideas?  Thanks.

--- Darren Hall <dhall@utrs.com> wrote:

> Chris,
> 
> Not sure if this is helpful but it appears the next
> step that is failing is
> the actual connection to tomcat from apache (unless
> you've left this part of
> your mod_jk.log out of your post).
> 
> Here's the mod_jk.log output of a test I did on my
> local machine. The first
> worker 'testworker' connects successfully; while the
> second 'newworker'
> fails at about the same point you appear to be
> failing. In the below case,
> 'newworker' fails because it can't resolve the
> tomcat address after it sets
> the contact for 'newworker'. Don't know if this
> helps or not...
> 
> Darren
> 
> 
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (141): about to
> create instance testworker of ajp13
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (154): about to
> validate and init testworker
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1806):
> worker testworker contact is 'localhost:8009'
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1895):
> setting socket keepalive to 0
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1934):
> setting socket timeout to -1
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1938):
> setting socket buffer size to 0
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1942):
> setting connection recycle timeout to 0
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1946):
> setting cache timeout to 0
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1950):
> setting connect timeout to 0
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1954):
> setting reply timeout to 0
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1958):
> setting prepost timeout to 0
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1962):
> setting recovery opts to 0
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1966):
> setting number of retries to 3
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1843):
> setting connection cache size to 250
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (248): removing
> old testworker worker
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (236): creating
> worker newworker
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (141): about to
> create instance newworker of ajp13
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (154): about to
> validate and init newworker
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1806):
> worker newworker contact is 'www.local.org:8009'
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [error]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1815): can't
> resolve tomcat address localhost
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [error]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1818):
> invalid host and port www.local.org 8009
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (2012): up to
> 0 endpoints to close
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [error]
> jk_worker.c (158): validate
> failed for newworker
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [error]
> jk_worker.c (256): failed to
> create worker newworker
> [Mon Feb 06 09:49:03 2006] [2756:3108] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (212):
> close_workers will destroy worker testworker
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Pat [mailto:cpanon@yahoo.com] 
> Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 9:23 AM
> To: Tomcat
> Subject: mod_jk weirdness
> 
> Hello 
> Attached is the full trace, but can anyone please
> explain  second below.  The workers.properties file
> is
> immediately below.  It eventually does some type of
> core dump.  The site is up, working on the specified
> ip, just not working with the mod_jk.  Any help much
> appreciated.
> 
> workers.properties
> workers.tomcat_home e:\Program\Tomcat 5.5
> workers.java_home=$JAVA_HOME
> ps\
> worker.list=connect_op, connect_sb
> 
> worker.connect_op.port=12345
> worker.connect_op.host=localhost
> worker.connect_op.type=ajp13
> 
> worker.connect_sb.port=12346
> worker.connect_sb.host=localhost
> worker.connect_sb.type=ajp13
> 
> 
> from mod_jk.log
> [Sat Feb 04 07:54:00 2006] [8196:8192] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (236): creating worker connect_op
> [Sat Feb 04 07:54:00 2006] [8196:8192] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (141): about to create instance
> connect_op
> of ajp13
> [Sat Feb 04 07:54:00 2006] [8196:8192] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (154): about to validate and init
> connect_op
> [Sat Feb 04 07:54:00 2006] [8196:8192] [debug]
> jk_ajp_common.c (1806): worker connect_op contact is
> 'localhost:12345'
> ...
> [Sat Feb 04 07:54:01 2006] [8196:8192] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (248): removing old connect_op worker
> 
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