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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Tomcat mod_jk confirmation
Date Thu, 10 Mar 2016 16:37:49 GMT
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Michael,

On 3/10/16 11:31 AM, Michael Fox wrote:
> I am running Red Hat Linux version 7.2 Apache version 2.4.6 Tomcat
> version 9.0.0.M1 Tomcat connector version 1.2.41
> 
> I have configured Tomcat and Apache for Tomcat calls to be handled
> by Apache.  I am not getting any errors when starting up Tomcat or 
> Apache, but how can I tell if the Tomcat calls are being handled
> by the Apache server?

If httpd is handling the requests, there should be entries in the
access_log. httpd will log those requests even if they are being
proxied to Tomcat, so presence in that log file doesn't mean that
something is wrong.

If you turn-up the log level for mod_jk, then you should be able to
see what mod_jk is doing.

Most common mistake with mod_jk configuration: placing JkMount
directives at the top-level of httpd.conf and not in a VirtualHost.
These JkMounts are ignored unless you explicitly do a JkMountCopy in
the VirtualHost. I would recommend against global JkMounts... just
move them into the proper VirtualHost if that's the problem.

- -chris
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