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From "Pascal" <pas...@carat-hosting.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat config with APACHE and mutliple VHOST
Date Mon, 08 May 2006 15:40:32 GMT
Fabio

Thanks a ton :)

So I'll try this config.
- 1 connector
- all vhost defined in server.xml
- 1 worker.properties (arff this last one I can't figure out how it can 
work, isn't it also use for auto-deploy war ? Ireally not need a 
worker.properties per vhost... anyway I'll try)

and we'll see...

One time again thank you for gived us some times

Pascal


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Fabio Gurgone" <fabio.gurgone@nextre.it>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <users@tomcat.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, May 08, 2006 5:34 PM
Subject: Re: Tomcat config with APACHE and mutliple VHOST


> Pascal,
>
> "normally", in your kind of configuration, tomcat connector listen on all 
> your IPs.
> When the *.jsp request arrives (main points):
> - Apache checks if it's managing this vhost (VirtualHost)
> - JkMount says (this is tomcat stuff)
> - mod_jk speaks with Tomcat (connector)
> - Catalina checks if it's managing this vhost (Host)
> - Catalina serves the page to Apache
> - Apache return the page to the client
>
> One communication link between Apache and Tomcat should be enough (I'm 
> using this conf on some servers).
>
> bye,
> Fabio
>
> Pascal wrote:
>> Thank you Fabio
>>
>> You don't have to create a connector per IP ? or vhost ?
>> I only have to create a connector for localhost ? and for both no ssl 
>> port and ssl port ?
>>
>> We have few IP and Few domains per IP
>>
>> I'm sorry I'm a newbie in Tomcat.
>>
>> To resume I have to
>> Define virtualhost in server.xml
>> Define a connector in server.xml
>> And define only ONE worker.properties ?
>>
>> In the exemple here http://www.csse.uwa.edu.au/~ryan/tech/tomcat.html he, 
>> in fact, declare a worker.list with different protocol ajp12, ajp13 and a 
>> connecter_id and then define for every vhost a worker.connect_id.host
>>
>> In this case it means few instances of Tomcat. So in worker.properties 
>> how I delcare few vhosts/IP knowing there is few IPs
>>
>> A localhost worker definition is enough and allow to have only one 
>> isntance of Tomcat for every vhost on every IPs ?
>>
>> is that correct ?
>>
>> Thanks for your help
>>
>> Pascal
>>>>  What is a trouble for us is this
>>>>> Other file that needs editing is workers.properties First thing. Add

>>>>> the connection name to the worker.list
>>>>>         worker.list=ajp12, ajp13, connect_id
>>>>> Next add that connection to the worker
>>>>>         worker.connect_id.port=8112
>>>>>         worker.connect_id.host=virtual.domainname.com
>>>>>         worker.connect_id.type=ajp13
>>>>
>>>> Ok we add a connexion name, but it means to create a workers.properties 
>>>> for every vhosts ? Basicly it means we have to restart apache/tomcat 
>>>> every time we add a new vhost ? also where the workers.properties 
>>>> should be ? in the vhost documentroot ? in the tomcat dir ? in the 
>>>> WEB-INF dir of every vhosts ? I think it is this last case no ?
>>> It's enought to define only one worker because that is the link between 
>>> apache and tomcat (in fact in server.xml you declare only one ajp 
>>> connector).
>>>
>>> Many connectors (usually) mean many tomcat instances.
>>>
>>> Fabio
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