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accepted Load balancing glassfish v4.0 CLUSTER with apache HTTP server: Location of apache
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comment Load balancing glassfish v4.0 CLUSTER with apache HTTP server: Location of apache
@KM. Where do you mean by "in front" ? I install Apache on each server instance / only the admin server instance / on another separate server than these?
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asked Load balancing glassfish v4.0 CLUSTER with apache HTTP server: Location of apache
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accepted Apache in front of Glassfish: mod_jk on https(443)
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comment Apache in front of Glassfish: mod_jk on https(443)
@Derk if i dont append 8181, in chrome i get: Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): SSL protocol error.
Aug
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comment Apache in front of Glassfish: mod_jk on https(443)
i tried that, it doesn't work if i write https: // www.domain.com, i still have to append :8181. Do i have to install certificate on apache server? i have it installed on glassfish only
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accepted Is it bad practice to run a web application server directly on port 80/443
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revised Is it bad practice to run a web application server directly on port 80/443
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