Redirect 8080 Requests To 80 Port - Tomcat Problem At CPanel Server
Jan 31, 2008
Yesterday I installed tomcat on a RHEL 4 + cPanel and httpd 2.0.63 server using easyapache3, process was ok, jsp pages are loading fine using http://site.com/example.jsp , but servlets, are not working using http://site.com/example, how ever, if I load http://site.com:8080/example it loads the servlet perfect.
I read something about redirecting all traffict from port 80 to 8080, but you know.. this is a shared server, and that would affect all customers on the server.
So, mod_jk seems to be the only solution, now I read many documents over the web, but no one seems to be working to configure apache2 and mod_jk that is installed using easyapache3 script.
In my httpd.conf file, i have this:
LoadModule jk_module modules/mod_jk.so
At jk.conf i have this content: ...
My app needs to be viewed using :8080 behind the domain. I want it be viewable without using adding any port behind. I've research on google and many said about edit the server.xml file but the problem is I can't located the file no mater what
I have an Apache Server (2.4.3) and a Tomcat Server (7.0.36) and have some Java Applications deployed.Everything works fine, but when we start a quite long Ajax process, I see in my Java Application, that a Ajax request is received and starts processing - everything fine. But during processing of the first request, I see a second request starts after 5 minutes.
Issue: Upgraded to Apache 2.4.4 and Tomcat 7.0.33. Accessing the website via HTTPS produces "Object not found" error. The error logs (server,tomcat,apache) show no errors. It was working with Apache 2.2
Server OS: Windows 2008 Apache: version 2.4.4 Tomcat: version 7.033 JRE: version 1.6.0_43 Httpd.conf
I am trying to setup a subdomain and/or virtual host to redirect to a specific port and path. I have setup my server with DDYNS through my domain name registar. Through the ddyns client I have set it to assign a subdomain of "outside.name.com" so that my server will have a easy name to get to instead of a dynamic ip address.
I have also setup on my registrars host records another subdomain of "inside.name.com" with a static IP address for internet network accessing to my server.My problem is that I have a service/program on my server that I need access to both internally and externally and this service can only be access through a port of 32400 and HTTP address of /web. (e.g. outside.name.com:32400/web or inside.name.com:32400/web)...
Is there a way that I can create a VirtualHost or Subdomain of "service.*.name.com" that redirects them to ":32400/web" of the hostname they're on? (e.g. service.outside.name.com automatically forwards or proxies--to keep it pretty--to service.outside.name.com:32400/web)
I am trying to setup a subdomain and/or virtual host to redirect to a specific port and path. I am, however, having great difficulties doing this.
I have setup my server with DDYNS through my domain name registar.
Through the ddyns client I have set it to assign a subdomain of "outside.name.com" so that my server will have a easy name to get to instead of a dynamic ip address.
I have also setup on my registrars host records another subdomain of "inside.name.com" with a static IP address for internet network accessing to my server.
My problem is that I have a service/program on my server that I need access to both internally and externally and this service can only be access through a port of 32400 and HTTP address of /web. (e.g. outside.name.com:32400/web or inside.name.com:32400/web)
This is annoying for others to type out and I am just wanting to make it look pretty. Is there a way that I can create a VirtualHost or Subdomain of "service.*.name.com" that redirects them to ":32400/web" of the hostname they're on? (e.g. service.outside.name.com automatically forwards or proxies--to keep it pretty--to service.outside.name.com:32400/web)
Currently I am using Linux + cPAnel and using the port 25 for email sevrer. Currently we facing 1 problem is, some user's ISP is not support port. May I know how can I add additional port into server and allow users to send mail by different port?
one of my customer send me user/pass of his Linux VPS, his VPS have Plesk Control Pannel installed.
He have site in JSP (his provider installed JPS on request) and he want i made some changing in site, but when I login to control pannel and click on File Manager, I found nothing only one index.html file in which site autometicaly redirect to domainname:8080
can someone guide me from where I can found files of sites and why they redirect to :8080.
for some reason since 2 days ago tomcat stopped working by itself. i removed it and reinstalled it several times with no luck at all. it seems it has something todo with mysql connectivity, but the weird thing its working on php just fine even the test code its not working ....
In my linux vps i am using WHM and enabled tomcat hosting for one of virtual host ,the tomcat shows 404 error for .jsp pages,remaining virtualhosts are working properly.When i view the log file i found the following line,
INFO: Container org.apache.catalina.core.ContainerBase.[Catalina].[vhost].[/] has not been started
In above line vhost is domainame.How to solve this issue?
There seems to be some problem with my server, none of the websites hosted on my server are accessible, the http requests either return a blank page or a page with a red quare on the upper left hand corner.
I am not sure if this is some kind of infection or DNS problem or a problem with memory apache is taking up as i have thousands of virtualhost entries in my access log accumulated over the years out of which only a few 100 websites i am serving presently, but never deleted the non-exitent virtualhost blocks.
At times the websites are opening but most of the times they are not. And when they do not open my http requets are not logged in apacha access log.
Even the customers have reported the same problem.
Also, just four days back i had a strange issue where all http requests to my server would take me to [url].
I can SSH to server, and everything else is working fine.
I've spent the last several months working on a huge upgrade of a couple dozen websites. The upgrades include modifying Apache so that visitors who arrive at links pointing to mysite/World/New_York are redirected to mysite/world/new-york. In other words, all my links now default to lower case, and underscores are replaced with dashes.
Unfortunately, publishing it has been an endless series of disasters. My websites are now all crashed, and the server is unbelievably slow. It takes pages forever to load (if they load at all), and I can scarcely publish files online.So the following notice sent to me by my webhost got my attention.
IT appears your own server IP is making GET requests to Apache, causing excessive loading and causing service failures. On today's date, your IP made almost 6,000 connections to Apache:<br><br>
I host my DNS with DNSmadeeasy.com , I noticed that I have daily more than 350.000 DNS requests for main domain, This domains got about 80.000 uniqes/day, so this is strange how can there be 350.000 DNS requests/day. Seems that I'll go over the quota because of this.
The TTL for all domains is set to 86400.
Is there a way to discover how its possible ? And also is there a way to do something to make this number lower (DNS requests)
Where is a server's IP address for outgoing requests set? e.g. if a script on the server fetches ip-address.com, the IP that is identified there. A server may have multiple IPs pointing to it, but there's only one that outgoing requests are funneled through. I've tried changing "Main Shared IP" in WHM, but that doesn't seem to affect this.
Is this set server-side, in some setting file - or is this a datacenter thing?