Hello Everyone, first post to the list =)
I have a test setup with Solaris 9, Apache 2.043, mod_jk and two tomcats
(4.131 JDK 1.5.0)
To have the Tomcats handling the applications, first I used the
following lines but the problem was that my jsp's where taken by tomcat
but my images, css
Same setup: Solaris 9, Apache 2.043, mod_jk and two tomcats (4.131 JDK
Any of you guys know if there's a way to access the tomcat manager
application or something similar when using mod_jk??
Right now the only way I have found is to leave tomcat accepting
It may not be the best solution because you may have a special
attachment to Java 1.4 but since you are running Solaris you can install
JDK 1.5 anywhere (even /export/home) without it colliding with the
overall SO Java installation.
So why not use JDK 1.5, set your JAVA_HOME to your new Java
Actually that sounds right. You can't display WML data in a standard
browser and that's why you get the download dialog.
To see that type of content you can test using a WAP browser like winwap
(not free but you get a trial) or an online WAP emulator such as
I'm using Apache 2.043 + mod_jk 1.2.6 + Tomcat 4.03 (x2) + JDK 1.4.0 on
As load increases one of the tomcat instances takes up about 35% of CPU
while the apache process takes another 30%. Tomcat Standalone didnt
present this problem and it stayed always at 5%
Sounds like something that can be done with frames or iframes
Rob Hunt wrote:
Yes, I know you can make many mappings to a given servlet/jsp, but that's not
what I'm asking for.
When an HTTP client requests /playoffs/gameScores.htm, I'm hoping there's some
I have that same problem since 2 weeks or so.
I did see your post about WARs not being unpacked though =)
Spammed TooMuch wrote:
I've been having the same problem since Friday. But, I
did get your post. So it appears to be going out to
the list, it is just also giving
gzip -d jakarta-tomcat-5.5.9.tar.gz | tar -xf
Just guessing but worth a shot
Markus Schönhaber wrote:
Am Mittwoch, 3. August 2005 17:39 schrieb Tom Spence:
Hello I am rookie...
I plan to download the source but it can't open by using tar command while
I am using AIX 5.2. Should I
I see lots of posts saying that they are using or implementing jk2? For
what I understand, that has been replaced by mod_jk... so which one is
better or what is recommended??
I also have found better documentation related to jk2 so that adds to
If you are using a security certificate it willl certainly complain if
the IP or hostname of the server is changed.
this is a good idea, and I try these multiples, I get two IP, like this :
IPA:80 = IPServer:80 (IIS server)
IPB:80 = IPServer:8443(Tomcat
Im running Tomcat 4.01, 4.03, 4.131, 5.5.4 and 5.5.9 on Solaris 8/9 and
also in AIX 4.3 with no problems at all.
The OS takes care of passing the processing to a particular CPU.
Andrew Miehs wrote:
Asha Nallana wrote:
We are using Tomcat4.1.18, JDK1.4.2,
Or just try:
tar xvf filename.tar
without the -
Ron Price wrote:
Try running this command:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] local]# md5sum jakarta-tomcat-5.5.9.tar.gz
|---you should get this big string here, if it doesn't match then
I have a question regarding an error I'm seeing more every day in my
11/10/2005 12:08:34 PM org.apache.tomcat.util.net.TcpWorkerThread runIt
GRAVE: Remote Host /10.49.156.64 SocketException: Invalid argument
It happens with diverse IP addresses, both inside our
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