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From Suleman Butt <>
Subject Re: No direct access to Tomcat as it is using AJP connector?
Date Wed, 18 Nov 2015 10:04:20 GMT
thanks for the inputs, guys.

One more question, can we configure on single tomcat instance both the AJP
and HTTP connectors together? So that tomcat can be accessed via Apache web
server over AJP and directly from the browser via HTTP?

Regards Suleman

On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 2:05 AM, Christopher Schultz <> wrote:

> Suleman,
> On 11/10/15 5:18 AM, Suleman Butt wrote:
> > Now I have the following requirement, I have been asked by my operation
> > team member that he needs to " replace Battery and install McAfee" on the
> > Apache web server and the activity would require approx. 1 hour. He also
> > told me that during this period of time, the entire application would not
> > be accessible!
> >
> > My question to him was that why can't users access the application by
> > directly putting the IP of the Tomcat server in the browser during the
> time
> > Apache web server is under maintenance? Why can't we access the Tomcat AS
> > directly? Once the Apache is up, users can then use the actual URL and
> > access the application again via Apache web server.
> Why not stand-up another httpd on another server, then switch the DNS
> mapping to the "new" web server, then take the old one out of service
> after DNS has had a chance to propagate? That way there is zero
> downtime, and your users don't have to use a different URL to access
> your applications.
> -chris
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Regards Suleman

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