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We are running Tomcat 6.0.24 across two application servers. We have this in our workers.properties file ...

I would like to set up our config, such that if one app server returns a 500 status code for a certain page (ourdomain.com/index.jsp), Tomcat will try and serve the page from the other server, and the end user will be none the wiser. Is this the way to do that?

If both servers fail, I still want the end user to see the 500 status code. Thanks, - Dave
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