Problem Configuration Apache

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Problem Configuration Apache

Postby wardguez » 28. August 2018 11:41

Good morning,

I have two Apaches with different configuration on the directoryIndex.
If when the request arrives at apache1 I want it to go to look for the content of apache2 and if it does not have to return it to apache1 and vice versa.

Could you help me?

Greetings.
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Re: Problem Configuration Apache

Postby Nobbie » 28. August 2018 16:08

1) You cannot run two Apaches at the same IP/Port on a PC.

2) You cannot "look" into the configuration of a foreign Apache. You only can run HTTP Requests.

I think, this is conceptually very strange, maybe you should tell us the goal of your project, there surely is a better solution for your needs. Its never a good idea to run more than one Apache on a PC. Instead use VirtualHosts etc. and a proper configuration of one Apache.

And how to you define "does not have (content"? A request to a server does not know "not have". Either it returns a user contents or it returns content from Apache (error messages etc.). It returns contents in ANY case (or it is unreachable and times out after a proper amount of time). How should Apache1 decide whether the contents of Apache2 is "unwanted" or "wanted" contents?
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Re: Problem Configuration Apache

Postby wardguez » 29. August 2018 07:48

Good Morning,
First thank the help.

The goal of my project is:
Have an apache (server1) that serves as a balancer to other servers that can be apache, apache-tomcat, iis, jboss, ... etc.
The problem I have when an application has static content separate from the dynamic content that would serve the apache of server2.
I give an example:
An application is accessed by:
http://domain/app

In the first apache (server1) I have the following configuration:
RewriteRule ^/app$/app/ [R]
JkMount /app/*.jsp cluster_tomcat
JkMount /app/servlet/* cluster_tomcat
ProxyPassMatch ^/app/(. *)\.Jsp !
ProxyPass /app/servlet !
ProxyPass /app/ balancer://server2/app/
ProxyPassReverse /app/ balancer://server2/app/

In the other apache (server2) I have the following configuration:
RewriteRule ^/app$ /app/ [R]
Alias /app "/www/http/app"

The problem is:
If the server2 does not find any file that is described in the DirectoryIndex as it can be: index.html returns a 403 to the user.
The question is:

There would be some way for server2 to return some flag to server1 so that it would continue to evaluate the configuration and look for the dynamic content in cluster_tomcat.

I hope you can help me.
Greetings.
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Re: Problem Configuration Apache

Postby wardguez » 29. August 2018 09:49

I explain myself better
I have an apache httpd reverse-proxy server, which I have called "Server1". And several Backend servers (Apache, Apache-Tomcat, IIS, JBOSS, etc ...).

The problem is if in the Apache Backend it gives a 403 because it does not find the file index.jsp the Apache httpd reverse-proxy does not continue evaluating more configuration lines to find the redirection towards the Apache-Tomcat.

Can you think of any way to act?

Greetings again.
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Re: Problem Configuration Apache

Postby Nobbie » 29. August 2018 12:30

No, i have no idea. This is beyond the scope of this forum, we try to help people to solve configuration issues with Xampp/Apache.
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