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From Pid <...@pidster.com>
Subject Re: Clustering in Tomcat
Date Thu, 13 Aug 2009 11:51:25 GMT
On 13/08/2009 12:13, kiransarv wrote:
>
> tomcat version 6, apache 2.2 and i ama using rewritemap to connect to tomcat
> server

... and the rewritemap is using what, mod_proxy & mod_proxy_ajp or 
mod_proxy_http, I'd guess?

mod_jk and mod_proxy can be configured to handle load balancing 
activities.  This is probably better than trying to hide lots of Tomcats 
behind one IP address.

p


> Pid-6 wrote:
>>
>> On 13/08/2009 11:17, kiransarv wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> I am using an apache server as a front end and redirecting all http
>>> requests
>>> to tomcat server at the back. I want to make my cluster highly available.
>>> I
>>> have set up HA at apache server level using heartbeat with the help of
>>> virtual. Now I also want to make tomcat servers redundant and make them
>>> listen on single ip so that internally it requests one of the tomcat
>>> servers. Even if primary node fails secondary node will server the
>>> incoming
>>> requests.
>>>
>>> How can I make two tomcats listen on single virtual ip so that i can make
>>> use of that tomcat ip in apache.
>>>
>>> Is it possible using heartbeat???
>>
>> Tomcat version? Apache version?
>> JVM version?
>> OS version?
>>
>> How are you connecting httpd to Tomcat?
>> What version of mod_jk, if that's what you're using.
>>
>> p
>>
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