Apache & Jserv on Solaris 7

Apache & Jserv on Solaris 7

Post by Canton » Sat, 12 Aug 2000 04:00:00



Hi,
    I installed Apache 1.3.6 and Jserv 1.1.2 on the Solaris 7 system. When I
run the command "netstat"  , I got the following result ,

TCP
   Local Address        Remote Address    Swind Send-Q Rwind Recv-Q  State
-------------------- -------------------- ----- ------ ----- ------ -------
localhost.8007       localhost.33131      32768      0 32768      0
TIME_WAIT
...
...
...
localhost.8007       localhost.33143      32768      0 32768      0
TIME_WAIT

There exists more than 30 entries. How can I handle this issue? Is it a
critical problem that lead to resource leakage?
Thanks.

Chris

 
 
 

1. Solaris 2.6 Apache & Jserv & mod_rewrite question

Hello,

I have installed apache and jserv on sun soloris 2.6.  Both Apache and JServ
are using a dedicated IP (not localhost).  JServ has 2 servlets that I need
to access.  Lets call them :
    servlet1 zone1/name1
    servlet2 zone2/name2

I want to be able to access servlet1 using say domain1.com and sevlet2 using
domain2.com.  So to get to each you would type:

    domain1.com/zone1/name1
    domain2.com/zone2/name2

The problem is I have enabled enabled mod_rewrite to remove the servlet zone
and name from the URL's and I can access the first URL but cannot set up
apache to tell it to use servlet2 for domain2.com.

Has anyone done this before?  I could not find this in any documentation.

Thanks in advance
Cheers
Giancarlo D'Ulisse
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