Difference between revisions of "Using Tomcat with Apache (mod jk)"

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As standard, Zimbra runs itself on port 80. However, this means you can't use Apache or access any other website through that server. If you are using your server only as a groupware box, this is no bother. But if you are using it in the situation I am with other servers, this is no good. This tutorial will:  a.) Configure Tomcat to host on Port 7070 (as in M1) and 7443 for the SSL port  b.) Download and install the mod_jk RPM  c.) Configure mod_jk to access Zimbra on http://your-custome-apache-server/zimbra/  d.) Configure Apache to start on system boot  Original Tutorial from the forums [http://www.zimbra.com/forums/showthread.php?t=706[http://www.geocities.com/at858best/charity-poker-tournament-running-setting-up-tournament.htm ...]
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As standard, Zimbra runs itself on port 80. However, this means you can't use Apache or access any other website through that server. If you are using your server only as a groupware box, this is no bother. But if you are using it in the situation I am with other servers, this is no good. This tutorial will:  a.) Configure Tomcat to host on Port 7070 (as in M1) and 7443 for the SSL port  b.) Download and install the mod_jk RPM  c.) Configure mod_jk to access Zimbra on http://your-custome-apache-server/zimbra/  d.) Configure Apache to start on system boot  Original Tutorial from the forums [http://www.zimbra.com/forums/showthread.php?t=706[http://www.geocities.com/at858best/charity-poker-tournament-running-setting-up-tournament.htm ...][http://uk.geocities.com/pill988headache/white-gg-25-pill-pill-identification-sites.htm ...]

Revision as of 15:14, 14 April 2006

As standard, Zimbra runs itself on port 80. However, this means you can't use Apache or access any other website through that server. If you are using your server only as a groupware box, this is no bother. But if you are using it in the situation I am with other servers, this is no good. This tutorial will: a.) Configure Tomcat to host on Port 7070 (as in M1) and 7443 for the SSL port b.) Download and install the mod_jk RPM c.) Configure mod_jk to access Zimbra on http://your-custome-apache-server/zimbra/ d.) Configure Apache to start on system boot Original Tutorial from the forums [http://www.geocities.com/at858best/charity-poker-tournament-running-setting-up-tournament.htm ......

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