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thanks, for your answer. My answer to your queries will be like this:-

1) There may be applications which are reliant on accurate date/time. I am not sure on this as the developers will be knowing on this, I am just an implementor.

2) Doing it in a non-production environment will not be feasible as that would not be a real test for this and there are problems in putting up our test environment.
13 years ago
I had a doubt that will a re-start of of our application which has TOMCAT as the web server and JBOSS as the Application server is required if there is a change in server time? Our Server OS is RHEL 4.0(Linux). The server time is probably behind the time by 15 mins.

I hope, my question is clear.

Please, help in solving the doubt.

regards
13 years ago
I had a doubt that will a re-start of of our application which has TOMCAT as the web server and JBOSS as the web server be required if there is a change in server time? Our Server OS is RHEL 4.0(Linux). The server time is probably behind the time by 15 mins.

I hope, my question is clear.

Please, help in solving the doubt.

regards
13 years ago
hi,

I am getting internal server error when trying to access the website. It is very urgent for me as the migraion is stuck because of that. The entries in httpd.conf are like:-

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<VirtualHost 41.211.233.2:80>
ServerAdmin rajendra@directonpc.com
DocumentRoot /opt/dpc/billing501/wars/unwired
ServerName unwired.directonpc.com
ErrorLog logs/unwired.directonpc.com-error_log.log
CustomLog logs/unwired.directonpc.com-*-access_log.log common
JkMount /servlet/* billingWorker
JkMount /* billingWorker
</VirtualHost
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

What could be the reason for this. It is very urgent for me as my migration activity is going on.

regards
thanks, for your answer. Actually, I had taken a copy of JBOSS, TOMCAT, JAVA, ANT on a running server and put it in the new server. It is working fine.

Will try to keep it in mind if next time we require a back-up. Any specific reason why it should be taken from a server which is shutdown because that requires application down-time and has to be justified.

regards
I had a doubt that should the backup of TOMCAT be taken as we are going to swap our server to a new one with better congifuration. I will explain the environment of our system a little

1) Application server- JBOSS
2) Web server- Apache & tomcat
3) Application details- Java(1.4.2)

Actually, I had taken the backup of TOMCAT around a week back in preparation of the swap for migration. But, one change is going to happen in our application in the form of a hotfix tomorrow and our migration is scheduled for day after. So, should a backup of TOMCAT be taken after our application hotfix is applied. Also, should a back of java($JAVA_HOME) and ant($ANT_HOME) be taken, we use j2sdk1.4.x for java and apache-ant-1.6.1 for ant.

I hope, my question is clear.

Please, help in solving the doubt.

regards
hi,

thanks, for your answer but it does not seem to be there.
I wanted to know of the site or place to download mod_jk-1.2.26-httpd-2.2.4.so that I can rename it to mod_jk.so to include it in the $APACHE_HOME/libexec path as my httpd.conf is having the line:-

---------------------------------------------------------------------
LoadModule jk_module libexec/mod_jk.so
---------------------------------------------------------------------

I hope, my question is clear.

Please, help in solving the doubt.

regards
As, I have understood to make a mod_jk Load module, the steps are:-

--------------------------------------------------------
$ ./configure --prefix=/path/to/install
--enable-shared=foo
$ make install
--------------------------------------------------------

Are, the steps correct as this is what I could make of the documentation? So, that while starting apache with the following configured in the httpd.conf:

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LoadModule jk_module libexec/mod_jk.so
JkWorkersFile /usr/local/apache1.3/conf/workers.properties
JkLogFile /usr/local/apache1.3/logs/mod_jk.log
JkLogLevel debug
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

there should be no error like 'Invalid command 'LoadModule', perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration'.

I hope, my question is clear.

Please, help in solving the doubt.

regards
I have seen the following set of statements in $APACHE_HOME/conf/httpd.conf file,

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LoadModule jk_module libexec/mod_jk.so
JkWorkersFile /usr/local/apache1.3/conf/workers.properties
JkLogFile /usr/local/apache1.3/logs/mod_jk.log
JkLogLevel debug
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

I do not understand what is meant by these above lines and what functionality they implement in APACHE. I have seen mod_jk.so in the path $APACHE_HOME/libexec.

I hope, my question is clear.

Please, help in solving the doubt.

regards
We are using both apache and tomcat in our environment. I wanted information on how to display a URL without port. In, our live environment, when we say http://reselleraccount.directonpc.com, it automatically takes it as http://reselleraccount.directonpc.com:10080. We are migrating to new server. In the new server, when I gave http://reselleraccount.directonpc.com, it displays like 'RED Hat Linux Test Page'.

I guess, I need to make some changes in our apache installation in our new server to get it to take 10080 automatically?

I hope, my question is clear.

Please, help in solving the doubt.

regards

13 years ago
I had a doubt of something I had heard with regard to the access of URL possible without port number if apache is used in the environment. We have our application running with JBOSS as the AS and tomcat as the web server. My question is that is the URL,

http://application-URL:10080

assuming tomcat is running on port 10080 can be accessed like

http://application-URL

without the port number if apache is also installed.

I hope, my question is clear.

Please, help in solving the doubt.

regards
13 years ago
I had a doubt in this that does it have anything to do with the httpd service is started or not on the linux server?

regards
13 years ago
I do not understand, if telnet is not enabled, how to access using telnet. Can, you write the exact steps to do it as I do not understand the java kind of code.

regards
13 years ago
I have a requirement to migrate our application to a better configuration server. For this, can I copy apache from the present server to the new server? So, my question is whether we can just copy the apache folder to the new server or does it have to be installed? For tomcat, I had copied from the source to the destination as it is perfectly fine to copy tomcat.

I hope, my question is clear.

Please, help in solving the doubt.

regards
13 years ago