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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: JIO Connector support in Tomcat 8.5
Date Thu, 16 Feb 2017 17:48:23 GMT
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Amit,

On 2/13/17 8:19 PM, Amit Pande wrote:
> Thanks for a quick reply.
> 
> What does our custom connector do?
> 
> Well, we have a server program which is listening on a port which
> is mandatory to be open/accessible for the outside world. Outside
> world only talks to this component which in turn hands off (dup
> system call) the socket to the other processes. Tomcat being one
> such process.
> 
> Our custom connector accepts the handed-off socket and then
> resumes the normal processing done by Tomcat.

Why not use a more traditional reverse-proxy, which already knows how
to handle these kinds of protocols?

> Now for NIO connector, seems we need to have a custom
> implementation of the SocketChannel but not sure how it might
> work.

- -chris
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