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JBoss on port 80 vs. JBoss-Apache tandem

Pavel Lechev
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Joined: Aug 25, 2006
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Hi folks,

I have a bit of a confusion on how to configure JBoss as a standalone server, without Apache running on port 80 and using redirection. Did anyone do this before? I`ve been reading about low level tools that make possible memory sharing between Apache and Catalina container, but this means yet another process running on the machine. Is it viable to set JBoss running on port 80 and make it accept HTTP requests directly? I am interested in using JBoss on a production server, not just development.

Many thanks,

Pavel
 
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