This FlashGuideTM covers integrating Apache 1.3.x and Tomcat 4.x on Unix via mod_jk. These instructions have been tested on SuSE 9.0, Red Hat 6.2 and Fedora Core 2. There are two ways to integrate Apache and Tomcat: mod_jk and mod_jk2. Mod_jk is the older but more stable version, which supports load balancing and non-standard web application locations. Mod_jk2 is newer, has bugs, and, as of 11/15/04, is no longer being actively developed.
These instructions are for the current version of Tomcat 4.1.31, but have worked the same for all previous versions of Tomcat.
If you are using an older version of Tomcat, note that there are known bugs when using mod_jk and Tomcat 4.0.1 or 4.0.2, so you must use 4.0.3 or greater.
1. Building Apache 1.3.x on Linux
Unless you can find a binary distribution of Apache with DSO support enabled, you will have to follow these instructions to build it yourself.
1. Check your prerequisites:
1. You will need GCC installed
2. You will need /usr/ccs/bin and the gcc executables in your $PATH
2. Download the latest Apache source from http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi – currently, the latest is 1.3.33.
3. Unpack the distribution into a development directory (I used /usr/local)
The distribution directory will be something like apache_1.3.33
4. Cd into the distribution directory (e.g. /usr/local/apache_1.3.33)
5. Configure the makefile:
./configure –with-layout=Apache –prefix=/usr/local/apache –enable-rule=SHARED_CORE –enable-module=so
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