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Old 04-05-2006, 10:34 AM   #1
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JK mount issue.

Hi all,

we are having apache 1.3 with mod_jk version 1.2.15 on Red Hat Linux which supports JkUnMount. now the problem is that we have ssh tunnel prepared for a certain part as shown below:-

JkMount /abc/* TESlb
JkMount /DEF/* TESlb
JkMount /xyz/* TESlb
JkUnMount /abc/site/ TESlb
JkUnMount /abc/site/* TESlb
JkMount /abc/site/ TESlbSSH
JkMount /abc/site/* TESlbSSH

the problem is that Jkunmount does not seem to take the precedence over JkMount. I have tried to put JkMount for /abc/site but still it goes for TESlb rather then TESlbSSH as we have wildcard character /abc/* in place.

Please help as m not able to figure out the problem. I want that /abc/site goes top thread TESlbSSH. we have a Local forwarding tunnell defined.

One more thing, when I tried to pot /xyz on TESlbSSH, it worked fine, suggesting that there is nothing wrong with the Jk threads.

thanks in advance


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