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From "Eric B." <ebe...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: AJP vs HTTP connectors?
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2009 21:13:51 GMT
"Gregor Schneider" <rc46fi@googlemail.com> wrote in message
news:a2d59f0d0902021308v6f80a37btca0380933436cc9b@mail.gmail.com...
> hm, since I'd like to avoid to browse through the whole webinar:
>
> what are the benefits / advantages / disadvantages?
>
> actually we've been quite happy with mod_jk, that's why I'm wondering

That's why I'm wondering the same thing as well.  They don't say much except
that AJP is less configurable and more difficult to debug since it is a
binary protocol, it doesn't perform any better than the HTTP/1.1 protocol
and that they do not recommend its use.  Other than that, they don't say
much about it, so I find myself wondering as well.

I've been using mod_jk for several years now, but am looking at a brand new
deployment (new servers, new app, new cluster, etc), so I was wondering
myself if it was worth looking at different ways to connect to apache.  The
only other thing I found was mod_proxy, but from what I gathered quickly, is
that it is not as reliable and slower.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks,

Eric







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