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I'm migrating my old server to a new server. The old server was a dedicated server with Apache Tomcat running on its port 80. The server used to host only JAVA websites, thus I did not had any need to install Apache server for httpd.
Now I'm moving this dedicated server on a VPS. This VPS has a httpd server already installed and running on port 80. This VPS will host some PHP sites as well, so this time I need this httpd (apache 2.2.x server)
Thus Tomcat has been installed at 8080 port.
Assume that the websites on tomcat earlier could be accessed as
As tomcat is on port 8080, on the new server, these can be accessed as
I want to use mod_jk or mod_proxy so that
http://ABC.com is habdled by apache-tomcat server.
I've already installed jk_mod.so and configured my worker.properties in apache server. I've made corresponding changes in httpd.conf as well. But still I'm facing issues in redirecting the requests to Tomcat server.
The server can be accessed with root account from SSH. WHM and Paralles plesk also available. You job is to identify the problem in configuration and redirect the request from apache to Tomcat.
This task should not take more than 1 hour for an experienced resource. This task needs to be done by JUne 10th, 2013
Please let me know if you need more info
Thanks in advance