1 - You should use the bundles of Beta3. (The *.so files are compatible with httpd-2.2.10 only)
2 - mod_cluster don't support 5.5 for the moment. (See http://www.jboss.org/mod_cluster/java/config.html).
Thanks for the answer,
so maybe you know when mod_cluster will support 5.5?
What do you advise for my installation?
May be I have to replace my Tomcat server by Jboss AS?
I want to know an other information: can you tell me what can bring an installation of mod_cluster by report to mod_jk? What are the advantages? Because my configuration with mod_jk is working good but if my application crash in my server the connector mod_jk is ever link to this server and the client have an error http.
"so maybe you know when mod_cluster will support 5.5? "
Open a JIRA for it.
"What do you advise for my installation? " if you have tomcat-5.5 you should migrate to 6.0.x or to Jboss WEB. AS is a lot more than Tomcat.
""mod_cluster versus mod_jk", basicly
- mod_cluster uses mod_proxy so it has it more easy to configure (only in httpd.conf).
- mod_cluster supports dynamic configuration but require the cluster nodes to connect to httpd.
" he client have an error http"... Configure error pages in httpd.
"Configure error pages in httpd"
Yes I know I can do that but maybe there is a means that if there is an error the load balancing "balance" to the other server?It's thor that that I could be interesting about mod_cluster (maybe he can do that) or if mod_jk can do that I'm interestind too.
A balancer would try the next available node. If mod_jk doesn't check your configuration.
You say that if mod_jk is install the balancer will not try the next node?
I'm sorry but I'm french and I've not really understand the sense of your sentence.
I want to say that if mod_jk uses a balancer worker.type=lb and if configured correctly the balancer should try the next node of the balance_workers parameter.
May be you are looking for something like fail_on_status (from http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-doc/reference/workers.html).
A big thanks to you!
You resolve my problem that I'm searching since 1 week!!!
The option fail_on_status work very goog and now when I have a error 403 on an application, for example, the load balancer don't balance on it.
Thank you very much frederic for your patience and your translation of my old english.