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Load Balancer How-To

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Using the JK 1.2.x native connector

Please refer to the JK 1.2.x documentation.

Using Apache HTTP Server 2.x with mod_proxy

Please refer to the mod_proxy documentation for Apache HTTP Server 2.2. This supports either HTTP or AJP load balancing. This new version of mod_proxy is also usable with Apache HTTP Server 2.0, but mod_proxy will have to be compiled separately using the code from Apache HTTP Server 2.2.