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Apache with mod_jk with glassfish instances, large number of established connections for low number of users [duplicate]

I making a tuning for our production servers for a portal, we have 4 servers, 2 for web and 2 for app, and there is a firewall before and after web servers (so yes there is a firewall between app and ...
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mod_jk produces Error smh errno=13

I am trying to use mod_jk for load balancing. Loadbalancer 172.17.8.189 (HTTPD+mod_jk) Node1 172.17.8.193 (apache tomcat instance 1) Node2 172.17.8.196 (apache tomcat instance 2) I checked my tomcat ...
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Confusion setting up a simple tomcat6 clustering on ubuntu 12.04 using mod_jk: status page won't show

am a little confused when setting up 2 tomcat6 instances cluster in a clean ubuntu server 12.04. i didn't install default tomcat6 i used tomcat6-user's tomcat6-instance-create to create 2 instances. ...
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mod_cluster and Tomcat load balancing design

I am fairly new to Load balancing. I am able to setup a load balancer using Apache httpd, mod_jk and tomcat. Now the problem is we would like to have design in the following manner, ...
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Apache & Tomcat Load balancing via Mod_jk issue

I hope this finds you all in the best of your health and spirits. I have an issue with a new setup where I currently have 1 APACHE 2.2.15 & Tomcat 6.0.14 on RHEL. Mod_JK version 1.2.30. Ill add ...
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Share a Tomcat Node to multiple LoadBalancer?

Can one tomcat instance (with an ajp connector) be accessed by two different loadbalancers (httpd+mod_jk)? Thanks!
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Putting varnish in front of a mod_jk balanced Glassfish cluster

I am just trying to get varnish in front of Glassfish instances, which are load balanced with the mod_jk connector in Apache. But I don't really know how to combine them. The AJP_Ports for instances ...
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Apache2 mod_jk LoadBalancer + Tomcat7 - Performance-Tuning

we have a very high load System with round about 8.5 Million User per day. Actually we have 8 Apache2 Loadbalancer (Ubuntu 10.04.3 LTS x64 via DNS-RoundRobin) which are sending the traffic via AJP1.3 ...
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multiple loadbalancers in modjk configuration in Apache Webserver for JBoss Instance Load-balancing

In most of the cases, we will have 1)only one worker defined of type 'lb' (Loadbalancer) 2)we will have multiple member workers (target application server instances defined) 3)We will map those target ...
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Ubuntu apache-tomcat webserver clustering/load balancing

I have a Ubuntu production server running apache2 and tomcat6 both on port 80 with mod_jk setup hosting some jsp pages. And also, all the client's informations are stored in the mysql databases on the ...
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Divide webapps between tomcat instances

I have 300 webapps in a single Tomcat. It takes a while to restart Tomcat plus a few other limitations. I have Two web servers load balanced in current Apache + Mod_JK + Tomcat setup. These servers ...
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Apache load balancing when the session id is in url

I really have no idea... I have a java web application which stores the session id in URL rather than using cookies. I want to run the application on 2 tomcat servers and fronting them with an Apache ...
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Apache, Tomcat and mod_jk for load balancing

I've set-up a basic Apache (2.2.x) and Tomcat (6.0.x) set-up using mod_jk for load balancing using the worker.properties file. Preliminary testing seems to show that this works relatively well, and it ...
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Manually switch servers in Apache/mod_jk/Tomcat load balanced environment

Our setup is to have two front-facing WWW servers using Apache1.3 and mod_jk and two application servers running Tomcat. The frontend servers load balance transparently using sticky_sessions. ...
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what is the experience with the load balancing service offered by amazon?

We are currently using mod_jk and apache to load balance our tomcat servers. We would like to know what is the experience and comparison with the amazon AWS load balancer.