Multiple tomcats connecting to the same Apache Server (WebAppDelpoy)
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Posted By:   Raj_Subramani
Posted On:   Thursday, January 9, 2003 07:26 AM

Apologies if this question has been asked before (I did RTFM). The Apache httpd.conf is currently as follows ... ... WebAppConnection conn warp <192.168.0.75>:8008 WebAppDeploy app1 conn /app1 WebAppDeploy app2 conn /app2 What I would like to do is: ... ... WebAppConnection conn warp <192.168.0.75>:8008 WebAppDeploy app1 conn /app1 WebAppDeploy app2 conn /app2 WebAppConnection conn1 warp <192.168.0.85>:8008 WebAppDeploy app3 conn1 /app3 WebAppDeploy app4 conn1 /app   More>>

Apologies if this question has been asked before (I did RTFM).

The Apache httpd.conf is currently as follows

			

...
...
WebAppConnection conn warp <192.168.0.75>:8008
WebAppDeploy app1 conn /app1
WebAppDeploy app2 conn /app2




What I would like to do is:

			

...
...
WebAppConnection conn warp <192.168.0.75>:8008
WebAppDeploy app1 conn /app1
WebAppDeploy app2 conn /app2
WebAppConnection conn1 warp <192.168.0.85>:8008
WebAppDeploy app3 conn1 /app3
WebAppDeploy app4 conn1 /app4




Both the Tomcat servers (on 192.168.0.75 & 192.168.0.85) are v4.0.6

Obviously the above does not work and hence the posting.

So is there any way in which the above could be acheived?


Thanks for the replies.


Cheers

-raj

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Re: Multiple tomcats connecting to the same Apache Server (WebAppDelpoy)

Posted By:   Daniel_Baylon  
Posted On:   Thursday, January 9, 2003 01:39 PM

Maybe you can try using different connectors such as mod_jk, mod_webapp, coyote, etc.



Another way is to define virtual hosts, and make links to them.



I hope it can help you



Regards

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