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Clustering Tomcat - mod_proxy

Angelo Bonaparte

Joined: Aug 02, 2006
Posts: 19

I have two instances of Tomcat 6 with content accessible via HTTP and HTTPS for other pages.

I have configured the instances this way:

1) Instance one to listen on port 8080(Http) and 8443(Https)
2) Instance two to listen on port 7080(Http) and 7443(Https)

I have mod_proxy configured with Apache 2.2 to do clustering.

The requests are coming in properly and all works well for HTTP traffic but when you are in the app and it becomes HTTPS then i get the page cannot be found when tomcat tries to serve the page.

Now if I access the two tomcat instances directly bypassing the load balancer then everything is fine. So http/https is configured properly on tomcat but not on Apache.

I have a feeling i must configure Apache to handle this(or mod_proxy).

Any direction would be appreciated.

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