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Apache mod_jk and Jboss

 
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Hi,

I wonder if anyone could please help.

I have configured two jboss instances to run on different ports on a single server using service binding manager. Each of these instances host different application.The servers are up and working fine.

Now as I was using apache's mod_jk module(one worker) to serve dynamic contents and apache simply serving static webpages before, when there was only one jboss instance. I wonder if i can define two workers(one for each jboss instance) each listening on different AJP ports and serving requests for jboss instance to which it is assigned.

If it makes sense to anyone there, Please suggest!!

Thank You
Lochan
 
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