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From Matthew Kerle <matthew.ke...@sra.com.au>
Subject Re: tomcat performance on static content over SSL/non-SSL
Date Thu, 16 Aug 2007 02:13:10 GMT
doh! load-balancing of course...

I don't know, I'm a stickler for the old "do one thing, do it well", 
tomcat rocks at serving dynamic java, apache rocks at being internet 
facing serving static & CGI. the jk connector is good & solid, so I'm 
happy to keep everything separate and only have tomcat serving dynamic 
pages. plus that way if you ever run into scalability problems you have 
the infrastructure to scale right there!

* Matthew Kerle
* * IT Consultant *
* Canberra, Australia*

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Christopher Schultz wrote:
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> Matt,
>
> Matthew Kerle wrote:
>   
>> Apart from integration into a larger site or static content, when would
>> you put httpd in front of tomcat?
>>     
>
> This might count as "integrating into a larger site", but I use Apache
> httpd to front multiple instances of Tomcat through a single port number
> (by mapping webapps individually through mod_jk). This allows me to
> start and stop a single webapp, upgrade the JVM and/or Tomcat running
> it, and then bring it back up again without disturbing the other
> applications.
>
> - -chris


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