Run Jira as a subdomain

Hello,

I have JIRA running on one ubuntu server and I have confluence running on another ubuntu server. They have two different IP addresses.

You can access JIRA by going to jira.domain.com and confluence by going to confluence.domain.com.

However I would like to access JIRA by going to confluence.domain.com/JIRA


I keep seeing topics about virtual hosts and proxies but it doesn't seem to cover what I am trying to.

 

Any suggestions would be welcomed!

2 answers

I think this should do it:
ProxyRequests     off
ProxyPreserveHost on

ProxyPass /confluence/ http://confluence.domain.com:8090/confluence/ 
ProxyPassReverse /confluence/ http://localhost:8090/confluence/ 

ProxyPass /JIRA/ http://confluence.domain.com:8080/JIRA/ 
ProxyPassReverse /confluence/ http://confluence.domain.com:8090/JIRA/ 

Thank you! I have the standard setup for both confluence and Jira, so where would the above go? server.xml?

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