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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: AJP vs HTTP connectors?
Date Thu, 05 Feb 2009 22:55:11 GMT
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Mark,

Mark Thomas wrote:
> The (very) short version is:
> mod_proxy_ajp is not as stable as mod_jk.

I'm a longtime user of mod_jk and, having had the unfortunate experience
of trying to migrate from mod_jk to mod_proxy_ajp, I can say that
mod_proxy_ajp is either not able to be configured in such complex ways,
or the configuration is different enough as to be unintelligible by a
seasoned mod_jk user. I suspect that use of mod_proxy_http is likely to
give you the same problems with a complex configuration.

Specifically, I need to map some URI patterns to one Tomcat instance,
while mapping other URIs within the same URI space (like /foo/bar/bas.do
to one Tomcat and then /foo/*.do to some other one), and I was unable to
get this working with mod_proxy_ajp. Since the configuration for
mod_proxy_ajp and mod_proxy_http are virtually the same (except for the
use of the ajp:// protocol), I suspect the same thing to be true for
mod_proxy_http.

- -chris
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