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Passing Client IP across Multiple Proxies

I have a load balancer in front of an Apache httpd server, which in turn is in front of a server running Tomcat6. We're using Tomcat to running Shibboleth's IdP. The follow looks like this: Client ...
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NGINX as load balancer with tomcat6 gives bad gateway error only only HTTPS mode

I am using nginx as load balancer on tomcat6 webserver. Both NGINX and TOMCAT6 have been configured to use only HTTPS. NGINX configuration settings are mentioned in the following two files. ...
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1answer
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Tomcat Cluster Farm Deployer issue

I have setup apache-tomcat cluster with mod_jk on ubuntu server. I have some issues with FarmDeployer which deploys war files to other web servers in the cluster and I got some hope that it works as I ...
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Why reverse proxies when HA & LB are possessed by Tomcat & apache? [closed]

Anybody has any strong reason why HeartBeat, HAProxy, NGINX or any other reverse proxies needed for apache tomcat web application when we can have HA and LB with Tomcat supported Clustering with ...
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1answer
157 views

Suggestions for swapping out a production server

Background My team has been investigating an issue in our production environment (see Stack Overflow post). We've looked thoroughly at application layer (i.e., code, logs, etc.) and also have done ...
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1answer
475 views

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 ...
4
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6answers
716 views

load balancing in Tomcat

I want to implement the load balancing in tomcat 6.0 so that we can create more than one instance of a tomcat and when any of the instance is down then other instance will run our application. so that ...
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2answers
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Unusual Apache->Tomcat caching issue

Right now, I have an Apache setup sitting in front of Tomcat to handle caching. This setup has been given to an external service to manage, and since the transition, I've noticed odd behavior. ...