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From Mark Eggers <its_toas...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Connector Problems -
Date Tue, 08 Aug 2006 20:55:10 GMT
I just finally moved over to mod_jk from mod_jk2. 
Since this is a development environment on
Windows/2000 Professional, I didn't have the pressure
to move.

Anyway, here's my environment:

Windows/2000 Professional
Apache 2.054 (will upgrade one of these days)
Tomcat 5.5.17
JDK 1.5.0_06-b05

Since I don't like spaces in my file names, everything
is installed under C:\Apache\Apache2 and
C:\Apache\Tomcat.

My workers file looks like the following (I specify a
lot of the defaults).

# only one worker
# a better name is called for
worker.list=worker1

#
# worker1 specs
#
worker.worker1.typw=ajp13
worker.worker1.host=localhost
worker.worker1.port=8009
worker.worker1.socket_timeout=60

Loading mod_jk in my httpd.conf file:

#
# mod_jk
#
LoadModule jk_module           modules/mod_jk.so
JkWorkersFile                  conf/workers.properties
JkLogFile                      logs/mod_jk.log

Now I create aliased for each of my web applications
and set up directory controls.  I do that so I can
serve static files from Apache, and dynamic files from
Tomcat.  I could also use JkAutoAlias.

<Directory "C:/Apache/Tomcat/webapps/jsp-examples">
   Options Indexes MultiViews
   AllowOverride None
   Order deny,allow
   Allow from 192.168.1
   Allow from 127.0.0.1
</Directory>

This sets directory access, since the Tomcat webapps
directory is outside my document root.

An Alias and a JkMount finish up the configuration.

# all on one line
Alias /jsp-examples
"C:/Apache/Tomcat/webapps/jsp-examples"

# separate line
JkMount /jsp-examples/*.jsp          worker1

Hope this helps.

/mde/
just my two cents . . . .


--- "M. Goodell" <freebsdutah@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I am unable to get the tomcat connectors to work
> after spending hours 
> reading docs and scouring google in search of
> answers. 
>    
> I have seen the problem I am having posted all over
> the web but there 
> are no solutions to it that I have seen.
>    
>   Here is the summary of the problem:
>    
>   Component information:
>    
>   - MS Windows XP
>   - Tomcat-5.5.17
>   - Apache 2.0.58
>   - mod_jk-1.2.18
>    
> I define the workers.properties file as specified
> per the 
> documentation which resides in:
>   "C:/Program Files/Apache
> Group/Apache2/conf/workers.properties"
>    
>   worker.list = worker1
> worker.worker1.type = ajp13
>   
> (according to the docs "type" is the only mandatory
> element)
>    
> And the VirtualHost portion of httpd.conf looks like
> this:
>    
> <VirtualHost 172.27.224.236:80>
>   ServerAdmin webmaster@dummy-host.example.com
> DocumentRoot /www/sandbox
> ServerName dummy-host.example.com
> ErrorLog logs/172.27.224.236.error.log
> CustomLog logs/172.27.224.236.access.log common
> LoadModule jk_module "C:/Program Files/Apache 
> Group/Apache2/modules/mod_jk.so"
> JkWorkersFile "C:/Program Files/Apache
> Group/Apache2/conf/workers.properties"
> JkLogFile "C:/Program Files/Apache 
> Group/apache-tomcat-5.5.17/logs/mod_jk.log"
>   JkLogLevel debug
>   JkMount /axis ajp13
> JkMount /axis/* ajp13
>   JkMount /servlets-examples ajp13
> JkMount /servlets-examples/* ajp13
>   JkMount /jsp-examples ajp13
> JkMount /jsp-examples/* ajp13
>   JkMount /MGGWebApp worker1
> JkMount /MGGWebApp/* worker1
>   
> </VirtualHost>
>   When I attempt to access
> http://172.27.224.236/MGGWebApp/  I get an 
> "Internal Server Error" page and the error info is
> dumped to the log. The regular ajp13 references work
> perfect.
>    
>   Alas, Here is the log entry:
>    
>   [Tue Aug 08 12:47:16 2006] [1988:0324] [debug]
> jk_uri_worker_map.c 
> (508): Attempting to map URI '/MGGWebApp/index.jsp'
> from 8 maps
> [Tue Aug 08 12:47:16 2006] [1988:0324] [debug]
> jk_uri_worker_map.c 
> (520): Attempting to map context URI
> '/servlets-examples/*'
> [Tue Aug 08 12:47:16 2006] [1988:0324] [debug]
> jk_uri_worker_map.c 
> (520): Attempting to map context URI
> '/jsp-examples/*'
> [Tue Aug 08 12:47:16 2006] [1988:0324] [debug]
> jk_uri_worker_map.c 
> (520): Attempting to map context URI '/MGGWebApp/*'
> [Tue Aug 08 12:47:16 2006] [1988:0324] [debug]
> jk_uri_worker_map.c 
> (534): Found a wildchar match worker1 ->
> /MGGWebApp/*
> [Tue Aug 08 12:47:16 2006] [1988:0324] [debug]
> mod_jk.c (1832): Into 
> handler jakarta-servlet worker=worker1 r->proxyreq=0
> [Tue Aug 08 12:47:16 2006] [1988:0324] [debug]
> jk_worker.c (111): did 
> not find a worker worker1
> [Tue Aug 08 12:47:16 2006] [1988:0324] [info] 
> mod_jk.c (1986): Could 
> not find a worker for worker name=worker1
>    
>  It seems to me, from the log file information, that
> it simply cannot 
> find the workers.properties file. Also, it looks as
> though the mod_jk 
> is loading due to Apaches lack of complaining.
>    
>  Any help / direction or chastisment on this would
> be welcomed.
> 
>   Many thanks! 
>    
>  M Goodell


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