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From Andrew Miehs <and...@2sheds.de>
Subject Re: do I need Apache httpd?
Date Sun, 20 Aug 2006 20:24:52 GMT
No you do not need Apache, unless your static content is MUCH greater 
than your dynamic content - And even then, with a low volume site, it 
really doesnt make any difference


Regards

Andrew

Nolan Johnson wrote:
> I've got a webapp that's entirely dynamic.  That is, all of the content is produced by
servlets through Tomcat.  The only static content for the site is a .css file and a small
error page.  Is there any reason for me to have Apache httpd listening on port 80 and have
that connected to Tomcat with mod_jk2, or should I just have Tomcat's http server listen on
port 80?
>  


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