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From Peter Rossbach ...@objektpark.de>
Subject Re: mod_jk: mounting tomcat instances to subdirectories
Date Thu, 18 Jan 2007 08:01:31 GMT
Hmm,

use multiple vhost for your three installations or different webapp  
names (/myapp1, /myapp2, /myapp3).
mod_rewrite rewrite the uri before mod_jk handle the request!

Regards
Peter

Am 17.01.2007 um 17:09 schrieb Ortwin Gl├╝ck:

> Hi,
>
> I have 3 Tomcat instances, each running a different version of the  
> same application. The applications all have the same webapp  
> context. The Tomcats are running on a different machine than the  
> webserver. But all three Tomcat instances are on the same machine  
> (using different AJP ports).
>
> I want to mount these 3 instances in one Apache webserver under  
> different subdirectories using mod_jk:
>
> http://myhost.tld/1/myapp/  --> tomcat1
> http://myhost.tld/2/myapp/  --> tomcat2
> http://myhost.tld/3/myapp/  --> tomcat3
>
> My first naive try was this:
>
> JkMount /1/myapp/* tomcat1
> JkMount /2/myapp/* tomcat2
> JkMount /3/myapp/* tomcat3
>
> Naturally the leading /1/ must be removed from the URL forwarded to  
> the Tomcat. I have tried with mod_rewrite with no success  
> (RewriteRule is ignored in a Location directive). I don't think  
> that this setup is something rare. I am looking for a viable solution.
>
> Ortwin
>
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