On Feb 22, 2007, at 3:14 AM, Riccardo Cohen wrote:

> Hi
> I have a front server that answers request for one HTTPS application.
>          <http port="443">
>            <openssl>
>             <certificate-file>.../crt</certificate-file>
>             <certificate-key-file>.../key</certificate-key-file>
>             <password>???</password>
>            </openssl>
>          </http>

You need to have two <http> tags, with different address="foo.com"  
values.

Since the <openssl> is a child of the <http>, each <http> will have a  
different <openssl> and therefore can have different certificate-file  
values.

-- Scott

>
> It has 4 application servers for load balancing :
>      <cluster id="art_sf">
>        <srun server-id="app1" host="192.168.10.2" port="10001"  
> index="1"/>
>        <srun server-id="app2" host="192.168.10.3" port="10001"  
> index="2"/>
>       etc..
>      </cluster>
>
> and one webapp :
>      <host id="salesforce.articque.com">
>        <web-app id='/'
>          document-directory='/...'
> etc.
>
>
> Now we need to host a second secured application on the same front  
> server.
>
> I will first configure a second IP address for this front server,  
> for the certificate to work.
> Then I need to add <host id="newapp">
> I wonder where I can put my new certificate???
> Should I add an IP in the <http> tag, and add a second <http> tag  
> for the new application
> ? or should I use the <port> tag ?
>
> Did anyone have done this before ?
>
> Thanks
> PS:I use resin 3.0.18 / linux debian
>
> -- 
> Très cordialement,
>
> Riccardo Cohen
> ligne directe : 02-47-49-63-24
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