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It seems modcluster jar version 1.3.1/1.3.2 is not compatible with tomcat 8.5 or tomcat 9. Can anyone suggest how to integrate modcluster with higher versions of tomcat?
 
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I'm assuming that you mean the Apache mod_cluster module.

I took a look at the github project for this and mod_cluster 1.3.2 should support Tomcat 8 version 8.0.21. That's the end for that version of mod_cluster.

The latest mod_cluster supports Tomcat 8 and Tomcat 9.0.4. It's currently mod_cluster version 2.0.0.Alpha1-SNAPSHOT. mod_cluster 1.4 (1.4.0.Alpha2-SNAPSHOT) supports Tomcat 8.0.45, 8.5.20 and 9.0.0.M26.

If you can't find what you need pre-built, the code repository is at https://github.com/modcluster/mod_cluster and you can use Maven to build your own. Instructions on how to build are in the README.md file which is displayed when you bring up this URL in your browser.

 
Raghabendra Das
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Thanks for the reply. It was really helpful. But do we have any place from where to download the jar files for the Alpha versions? I cannot seem to find any as of now.
 
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Alpha means "in-house test", so it's usually not possible to find them pre-built.

However, it shouldn't be too hard to build your own, since this is a Maven-based project. Just git-clone the project (or download and unzip), ensure that you have the proper Maven and JDK versions installed on your computer. Then cd to the project directory, do a "mvn install" like it says in the README, and go brew a cuppa.

If you haven't been using Maven for other projects, the first build will take a while, since Maven downloads its project dependencies from the Internet as part of the build. But after that, they're keep in a cache on your computer, so the second and subsequent build attempts run much faster.
 
Raghabendra Das
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Thanks, will try out that option!
 
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