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From Nikos Viorres <nvior...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat7 + WebSocket + mod_jk
Date Tue, 18 Sep 2012 19:52:23 GMT
Unless you are going to need more than one web container i really don't see
the reason to use Apache HTTPD as a reverse proxy, provided that you have
installed and are using the APR connector. As for the anwser to the
question "how do you achieve proxying of websocket communication" i think
there is no standard way yet. Keep in mind users are probably going to run
into problems with Websockets if they are behind a firewall, web proxy etc.
Unfortuantely websockets are great but are not mature yet.

On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 10:47 PM, sfwicket <lists@bgb.net> wrote:

>
> Assuming you mean you can't use mod_jk with a WebSocket app...
>
> More generally speaking, what is the Best Practice for configuring a
> production environment stack utilizing a Tomcat Web App which uses
> WebSockets? Load Balancer, Apache, Tomcat - and specifically - the proxying
> of traffic on port 80. Should Tomcat just be run on port 80? If not, how is
> the proxying achieved to allow WebSocket traffic alongside of static Apache
> traffic and normal Java traffic on the same port?
>
> Thanks!
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