Hi allI have been struggling to get web services to work using Apache Tomcat & Axis and I have noticed something odd: The file names of many jar files are enclosed in square brackets:
on 04/08/2010 – Made popular on 04/08/2010
I am using apache tomcat 6 in my application. I want to provide support for executing PHP files in apache tomcat 6 on Linux. I don't want to install PHP separately on my machine, but provide PHP modules(.so files) as a part of apache/modules.
At my work we have several production applications running on top of Apache Tomcat 6. The programs have a lot of auditing information (for billing purposes) and they can get rather large, growing to several gigabytes over the course of a few days. At present the only way to limit the size of those log files is to restart the Apache service every other day or so manually.
Hi, I'm trying to get Apache version 2 Server running with Tomcat 7 as the Java Servlet container (I'll be using Solr as the webapp next). Followed the instructions in the wiki articles Tomcat and Apache and Tomcat.The applications work fine separately. It's only when I modify the httpd.conf files as instructed that I get this error when I restart httpd and tomcat.
I'm trying to resolve an issue about connecting Apache and Tomcat with mod_proxy_ajp. From reading I found that the problem might be the numbers of workers in the Apache and the Tomcat. So I try to find the worker's definition in the Tomcat but I couldn't find any. Can it be? Can Tomcat work without a workers.properties file?