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From java piet <javap...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: apache2.2 tomcat5.5.27 Windows 2008 virtual hosts
Date Sun, 16 Aug 2009 18:57:27 GMT
Hi André,

Thank you so much for the quick response.
I will check your feedback as soon as I have access to the server again.

The reason for the Apache http server is because I thought I need it to
handle the virtual hosting.

As for the port 80, something else is already using it on the server.

First I will try to have Tomcat listen on 8081 and see where that gets me.

Then I will try without the Apache http server.(though my predecessor must
have had a reason to use it)

In the mean time kind regards,

Piet

On Sun, Aug 16, 2009 at 2:57 PM, André Warnier <aw@ice-sa.com> wrote:

> Piet,
>
> Thanks for providing all the information needed to help you.
> Not everyone does, and it's a p. in the a.
>
> But your configuration is a bit strange.
> Actually, it cannot work the way it is described, because you have both
> Apache httpd AND Apache Tomcat (2 different processes) trying to "listen" on
> the same port (8080).  Something is wrong, and either one or the other
> should have trouble starting up (the first one to start will, the second one
> cannot).
>
> The you say that you use the URL
> http://retour.mycompany.com/
>
> That would assume that something is listening on port 80.
> But according to your configuration below, nothing is.
> Apache httpd is listening on port 8080.  That's the
> Listen 8080
> directive in httpd.conf (or apache2.conf)
> Tomcat is also listening on port 8080, according to the line
> <Connector port="8080" maxHttpHeaderSize="8192" ...
> in Tomcat's "server.xml" file.
>
> The third thing that is a bit strange, is that you have both Apache httpd
> and Tomcat set up, but actually your configuration is such that Apache httpd
> forwards everything to Tomcat.  Like
> ProxyPass / http://192.168.210.143:8081/
>
> So then, why even bother with Apache httpd ?
> What happens if you just turn off the Apache httpd service, and try
> the URL :
>
> http://retour.mycompany.com:8080/
>
>
>
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