On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 10:33:41AM +0100, Stephen Nelson-Smith wrote:
I currently use apache 2.2 with mod_proxy_ajp to load-balance a Java
application running on 3 tomcat servers.
I've had good results with nginx for a php and RoR site, and would be
interested in replacing apache with nginx in this configuration.
Does nginx support ajp13 connections? Has anyone on the list done
No, nginx does not support AJP, and it's difficult to add...
OK. I guess I could just have nginx balance the http traffic and have
use tomcat's http server rather than passing through ajp13 traffic.
Just a curiosity: do you think this (nginx to tomcat via http) would be
faster than using apache 2.2 with mod_proxy_ajp?
I'm not sure, but there's probably a reason for using AJP instead of
http there ;-)
If nginx with http would be better/faster, that would be very