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From Christopher Schultz <>
Subject Re: Strange characters seen in RR and Cd columns on jkserver-status page after upgrading modjk to .28
Date Fri, 11 Dec 2009 20:46:12 GMT
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On 12/11/2009 12:32 PM, wrote:
> We have upgraded our modjk from .26 to .28 
> using obtained from 
> http://../tomcat-connectors/jk/binaries/linux/jk-1.2.28/x86_64/

Any chance of compiling it yourself? Binary distros are convenient, but
building it yourself (simple: ./configure && make) gives you a 100%
compatible binary.

> We are running 
> Server version: Apache/2.2.3
> Server built:   Nov 12 2008 10:40:14
> CentOS release 5.2 (Final)

Is 2.2.3 the latest version available for CentOS?

> After upgrading we are seeing random characters in the RR an Cd
> columns on the jkserver-status page.
> eg
> o%2B
> o+
> ����

Is this only appearing on the mod_jk status page? In think André is
asking about other pages (like those generated by JSP code). The status
page is served directly by mod_jk (within httpd) and so there's no
Tomcat interaction at all.

> Upgrade were done by stopping httpd.
> Copying new modjk to /etc/httpd/modules/
> Editing /etc/httpd/conf.d/modjk.conf to reflect new version.
> Requests are being served but the strange characters and there
> origin bit troubling.

I agree.

What is the Content-Type header for the jkserver-status page? Are there
any <META> tags in the page?

It's possible that your httpd is simply advertising a Content-Type
encoding that is different from what jkserver-status is actually using.

- -chris
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