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From Rainer Jung <>
Subject Re: jk_mod and binding tomcat's root to an apache directory
Date Sun, 04 Nov 2007 18:26:22 GMT
Shug Boabby schrieb:
> I'm using pretty much the stock config for Tomcat... although I have
> added SSL support.
> On 4 Nov 2007, at 17:14, Rainer Jung wrote:
>> There should be a line in the jk debug log similar to:
>> [debug] init_ws_service::mod_jk.c (806): Service protocol=HTTP/1.1
>> method=GET host=(null) addr= name=localhost port=8001
>> auth=(null) user=(null) laddr= raddr=
>> uri=/unrelated/page/on/my/site
>> Check the uri, that's the one we send to Tomcat. Check the Tomcat logs,
>> if they show an error. Try to send the same request directly to Tomcat
>> via its http connector.
> I see a line very similar to that one... but it is completely missing
> the 'uri' part. How come the uri would be missing?

Then you are using an older version of JK. The up to date version is 1.2.25.

> The rewrite rules are appearing in my debugging now... (this has been
> somewhat anonymised)
> init rewrite engine with requested uri /tomcat/myapp/
> applying pattern '/tomcat/(.*)' to uri '/tomcat/myapp/'
> rewrite '/tomcat/myapp/' -> '/myapp/'
> setting env variable 'JK_WORKER_NAME' to 'worker1'
> remember /myapp/ to have Content-handler 'jakarta-servlet'
> forcing '/myapp/' to get passed through to next API URI-to-filename handler
> force filename /home/shug/public_html/myapp to have the Content-handler
> 'jakarta-servlet'

Looks good so far.

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