mod_jk or mod_proxy to connect apache to tomcat
I have been searching the web for an answer of which module i should use to connect apache to tomcat. I saw one answer on the apache mailing list saying that mod_jk was more stable than mod_proxy because, if you you used mod_jk then apache would handle the connections (and the delay) for you and it was also said that it might be better to use mod_jk if you had a more dynamic site and mod_proxy if you had only a handfull of servlets/JSPs. This answer is about 4 years old and i cannot seem to find another question with an answer like this. Does this answer still apply?
EDIT: I just found an updated guide explaing the different advantages of this, but i would still like to know how mod_rewrite compares to mod_proxy when connecting apache to tomcat.
Thanks for all your help
Last edited by exceed1; 05-29-2009 at 12:53 PM.