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From André Warnier ...@ice-sa.com>
Subject Re: mod_jk and ~userdir issue
Date Fri, 11 Apr 2014 15:56:56 GMT
Doug Tucker wrote:
> 
>>
>> 1. Check whether their pages are accessible when you connect to Tomcat
>> directly without HTTPD.
> Negative.  Either way I get the tomcat "container is not available".  
> You can see the error by going to:
> 
> http://webdev2.seas.smu.edu/~tuckerd/
>> The server.xml looks OK.
>> I am not sure that your mod_jk configuration is OK.
>>
>> 2. There are no "jsp-examples" and "servlet-examples" in Tomcat 6.
> Hmm..I installed yum install tomcat* and it installed some packages that 
> have them:
> 
> http://webdev2.seas.smu.edu/examples/servlets/
> 
> but no biggie, the fact that those work just lets me know tomcat is 
> working and I don't have a complete failure.
> 
>>
>> 3. Beware that in current mod_jk versions the mappings are local to a
>> HTTPD VirtualHost.
> Can you elaborate or point me to the doc?  I've read top to bottom the 
> last 2 days of the 6 docs and must have missed this.  Are you suggesting 
> if I create a virtual host in apache to the doc root the default is 
> currently pointing to (which is outside the userdir) it will help?  I 
> have a feeling I'm misunderstanding what you are saying.  My apologies.

He means : read on about the "JkCopy*" directives under Apache httpd.


> 
>>
>> 4. If you want Tomcat to be secure (and you do not trust your
>> students), you have to
> This is just for a classroom assignment and will go away as soon as 
> complete.  Thanks so much for that info though.
> 
> 
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