Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 163507
Can't find mod_jk
Last modified: 2008-04-09 14:28:41 EDT
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Description of problem:
I've installed Apache 2 via up2date -- httpd-2.0.52-12.ent
I've installed JBoss.
Now I'm looking for mod_jk to hook the two together, but I can't find it. I've been guessing RPM names; is there a more effective way of doing this (in the same manner as Debian's "apt-cache search"?).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install Apache 2 via up2date -- httpd-2.0.52-12.ent
2. Install JBoss
3. look for mod_jk in /usr/lib/httpd/modules
4. randomly type things into up2date to try to find mod_jk
5. Search Google for information; fail
6. Search RedHat knowledgebase for information, fail
7. Redister for JBoss web site
8. Search JBoss web site for information, fail
Actual Results: No mod_jk
Expected Results: up2date mod_jk should have installed mod_jk
Is there a liaison between RedHts & the JBoss developers? It seems that there could be more communication; I also noticed that JBoss's "redhat init script" is pretty broken...
*** Bug 163508 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Found a lead in the JBoss docs: it looks like not only is mod_jk2 deprecated,
but now mod_jk is also deprecated. However, the replacement, mod_proxy_ajp is
not going to be ready until Apache 2.1.
So I'm still left with the question: what is RedHat's way of hooking Apache 2 up
Should I just go with a binary from here:
I'm uncomfortable; I'd rather have an official RedHat package that is supported...
Sorry about the dupe earlier by the way.
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