1) You can use mod_proxy_cluster-2.0.0.Alpha1-SNAPSHOT-d0c1337 built for
2) Or you can use mod_proxy_cluster-2.0.0.Alpha1-SNAPSHOT-d0c1337 built for
See README in the zip files for config hints. You need an arbitrary GitHub account to access the download.
Let me know if it helps.
Thank you very much for the quick response!
Just a question, as we are updating several environments, including the production one, are those binaries adequate (being "alpha-SNAPSHOT")?
I will only be able to proceed with this installation on Friday, as I'm performing it locally for a client, but I will provide feedback about the result once I do proceed.
I cannot recommend those binaries for production. These are community builds, done with the best intentions, but lacking the production testing and quality.
For production ready mod_proxy_cluster on Windows, you can turn to JBoss Core Services HTTP Server 2.4.29 ->
Thank you, but we were requested to install the latest version of Apache, and I need some way to get this binaries so that other person can get them, in a future occasion when they need to install another newer version from Apache in this client servers.
If there isn't a public place where to get binaries compiled for the latest httpd version, can you point me to the best instructions to compile it myself?
Just a side nore, my RedHat account doesn't have access to the download of the link you shared.
The Jenkins is public. Any GitHub account would do. The GitHub login just protects the instance against some silly bots.
That said, we will do a proper tarball release on GitHub for download shortly and I will post a link here.
Ad compiling yourself: If you already have httpd (like from ApacheLounge), building mod_cluster is quite easy. Everything we have is open there in the public.
Ad Red Hat site and JBCS 2.4.29, well, it should be on the download page, left sidebar, bottom "Core Services". But if you don't have
a Middleware subscription, never mind.