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From Ortwin Gl├╝ck <>
Subject Re: mod_jk: mounting tomcat instances to subdirectories
Date Wed, 17 Jan 2007 18:02:51 GMT
Thanks, it's a way to go. But I wanted to use mod_jk because it can do 
load-balancing. Also when I explicitly mount some paths in mod_jk all 
other paths are inaccessible - which is nice from a security point of 
view. Any ideas that involve mod_jk?

I guess the solution will involve virtual hosts. But the server is at a 
customer site and has only one DNS name and one IP....


Filip Hanik - Dev Lists wrote:
> mod_proxy will do this in one line
> ProxyPass /1/myapp  http://tomcat1:8080/myapp
> ProxyPass /2/myapp  http://tomcat2:8080/myapp
> ProxyPass /3/myapp  http://tomcat3:8080/myapp
> makes life easy
> Filip

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