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Default mod_jk Load Balancing and Virtual Hosts

Hi All,

I was just wondering is it possible to setup Apache with mod_jk, and have many instances of tomcat load balanced for a given URL (say www.myhostname.com), and also in the same configuration setup virtual hosts so that I can go directly to one of the individual tomcat instances?

For example, I want the public to hit the load balancer, but for support purposes, I want to be able to go directly to an individual tomcat instance on a given server\port in case of problems.

Thanks for your help!!

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