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From Gregor Schneider <rc4...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: AJP vs HTTP connectors?
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2009 21:32:22 GMT
What I do now is that mod_proxy is not all that easy to configure and
offers quite some possibilities to open a leak if you don't know
exactly what you're doing.

Besides, I'm not aware that mod_proxy offers any loadbalancing
features, but maybe I'm missing something here.

And, last not least:

Rainer Jung, one of the maintainers (the maintainer?) of mod_jk is
within this list is gives a superb support, and updates to mod_jk are
deployed on a very frequent basis.

Therefore, for me no reason at all to change a running system.

A new system I've setup recently now runs completely without Apache
HTTPD, therefore using the APR, so no need for either one of mod_proxy
or mod_jk (ok: we've got a hardware-loadbalancer ;) )

Rgds

Gregor
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