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comment Logging X-Forwarded-For IP in Shibboleth's Audit Logs
@bmaupin thanks for weighing in. It has been a while since we got this working, but I faintly recall the only (or the first perhaps?) combination to log the actual IP was MDC filter + Tomcat valve + X-Forwarded-For. I don't recall any combination of clientIP working. The app has since moved to another platform, still this might be worth a second look.
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Aug
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revised RewriteRule force SSL without WWW
Clarified second config
Aug
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answered RewriteRule force SSL without WWW
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comment Install Tomcat7 on EC2
I'm afraid this doesn't help the OP, tomcat7 does not appear in the output of the search command above. Consider adding information that would benefit the OP to solve the posted problem.
Apr
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revised How to find the JVM version that ran Apache Tomcat from its logs?
Clarified usage of `ps`
Apr
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comment How to find the JVM version that ran Apache Tomcat from its logs?
Updated answer.
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revised How to find the JVM version that ran Apache Tomcat from its logs?
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revised How to find the JVM version that ran Apache Tomcat from its logs?
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answered How to find the JVM version that ran Apache Tomcat from its logs?
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answered Curl version on command line is different to PHP
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comment How to Enforce SSL in Varnish 4
I think you need a set resp.http.Location = "https://www.somesite.org" + req.url; in vcl_synth just before return (deliver);.
Dec
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comment setup SSL with CA for multiple local sites in Apache and authenticate in a specific location (Error code: ssl_error_handshake_failure_alert) Ubuntu
Looks like the browser (aka client) you're connecting with does not have the necessary certificates. Are your certs self-signed? If you don't need the client to send a certificate, you can remove SSLVerifyClient. If that is a must, then try importimg the CA and server certificate into your browser (consult browser's docs).
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comment setup SSL with CA for multiple local sites in Apache and authenticate in a specific location (Error code: ssl_error_handshake_failure_alert) Ubuntu
Examine the ssl error logs, typically in /var/log/httpd