Why No jsvc Jakarta Commons Daemon Port?
info at javierstorni.com.ar
Fri Mar 19 01:26:14 PST 2004
You MUST use Apache + mod_jk + Tomcat.
This is THE solution for your scenario.
There are a lot of documentation and examples of httpd.conf and
worker.properties file, and server.xml configurations.
Still want other solution ? mod_webapp. See
De: owner-freebsd-java at freebsd.org
[mailto:owner-freebsd-java at freebsd.org]En nombre de Bob Van Valzah
Enviado el: Jueves, 18 de Marzo de 2004 08:13 p.m.
Para: Java at FreeBSD.Org; Ports at FreeBSD.Org
Asunto: Why No jsvc Jakarta Commons Daemon Port?
It strikes me as odd that I can't find a FreeBSD port of the Jakarta
Commons Daemon for use with Tomcat.
I need to do virtual hosting for several web sites with Tomcat, so
operation on port 80 is a must. Running Tomcat as root is not an option
from a security point of view. Port forwarding with with IPFIREWALL is
not an option because I don't want to muck with the firewall every time
a site comes or goes. I've played with mod_jk and mod_jk2, but it's
been a struggle to configure them and they didn't fare well under some
load testing I did. So it seems like the commons daemon is the obvious
choice for me.
I know that the daemon source is installed as part of the Tomcat5 port,
but it's been a struggle to get it running and I'm not there yet.
Are my requirements and/or experiences that unusual? Advice
appreciated. I may submit a port if there's interest from others and no
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