I'm struggling with apache confiuration to reverse proxy 2 JIRA instances running on the same machine but different ports. I came up with this apache conf:
NameVirtualHost jira.mycompany.pl:80 <VirtualHost jira.mycompany.pl:80> ServerAdmin blah@whatever ServerName jira.mycompany.pl ErrorLog logs/jira80.error.log Redirect / http://jira.mycompany.pl:8666 </VirtualHost> NameVirtualHost jira.mycompany.pl:8666 <VirtualHost jira.mycompany.pl:8666> ServerName jira.mycompany.pl AllowEncodedSlashes On <Proxy *> Order deny,allow Allow from all </Proxy> SSLEngine on SSLProxyEngine On SSLCertificateFile 2jiramycompanypl.cer SSLCertificateKeyFile jirakey.key ProxyRequests Off ProxyPreserveHost On ProxyPass / https://jira.mycompany.pl:8443/ ProxyPassReverse / https://jira.mycompany.pl:8443/ </VirtualHost>
proxy-host="jira.mycompany.pl" proxy-port="8666" proxy-scheme="https"
It seems like the first virtual host works but I cannot make apache do the second one. Please help
Hi When I configured apache to terminate SSL and chat with tomcat by http it works like a charm. But I cannot make apache forward https traffic to tomcat. User<https>apache<https>tomcat not working but User<https>apache<http>tomcat goes like hell. That's where I'm stuck.
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