This is used to protect against identity theft, where for example a malicious person imitates your server or redirects client traffic to a different server while pretending to be you.
The Apache config file Configure the environment If you don't already have Java installed, you'll need to download a JDK and set some environment variables. Server Authentication certificate A combination of a private key, identity information such as company nameand a signature generated by a signing authority.
Creating a self-signed certificate You can create a certificate that is self-signed, which is good for testing or for saving you money. You should start httpd. The following code shows a sample database pool configuration that you might include in your resin-web.
A company that is trusted to sign certificates. On a machine reboot, Windows will automatically start the web server. The full set of parameters is in the port configuration.
If you get Resin's "file not found", the Apache configuration is good but the resin. For example, after you generate your public and private key, you then generate a signing request and send it to a signing authority. The Watchdog Process The ResinWatchdogManager is the parent process, providing automatic restarting Resin in cases of failure, and providing a single point of control for the start, stop and restart of all Resin processes.
The -conf argument specifies the path to your Resin configuration file. You could achieve that within your resin-web. Since the browser has the public key of the signing authority, it can recognize the signature and know that the identity information has been provided by someone that can be trusted.
Resin has a long time reputation as fast, lightweight and powerful Java application server. The administration application features a number of monitoring resources for web applications, the proxy cache, server configuration, cluster status, memory usage, CPU usage, sampling-based profiling, and post-mortem failure analysis.
Resin uses a set of timeout values to manage those idle sockets and to handle any failures or freezes of the backend servers. For example, you could configure a database pool shared by all applications in a single host or a distributed cache shared by all servers in a cluster.
A Resin configured http listener on port is a useful debugging tool, it allows you to bypass Apache and make a request straight to Resin. Resin on Windows 64 is compiled against a Win64 binary, you can obtain an installation package Dean Lee: You can create a self-signed certificate, or get a certificate that is signed by a certificate signer CA.
This makes it somewhat more reliable in case of JVM deadlocks, etc. Server Authentication certificate A combination of a private key, identity information such as company nameand a signature generated by a signing authority.
A public key always has a corresponding private key. The public key can only be used for encryption; it cannot decrypt anything. Even though we showed Resin run as a single Java process above, there are actually two processes being run, Resin and a Watchdog.
Some commercial signers include: When the traffic is encrypted, an interception of that traffic will not reveal the contents because they have been encrypted - it will be unusable nonsense. If you get a "cannot connect to servlet engine", caucho-status will show red, and Resin hasn't started properly.
You'll use the CA's instructions for Apache because the certificates are identical. If you omit either the app-default. Section 5 Starting Resin Resin Command Line Resin can be started from the command line for debugging and development purposes.
This socket connection approach avoids the need for any signals or actual killing of Resin from the watchdog, and also makes it easy to stop all the Resins if necessary by just killing the watchdog. SSL provides encryption of the data traffic betweeen a client and a server.
Public key cryptography is based upon a pair of keys, the public key and the private key. A Resin server can serve many virtual hosts, each with its own servlets and documents. The configuration is flexible, allowing dynamic host deployment in a hosts directory or using explicit tags for additional control and security, and compatibility with existing Apache sites, enabling easy upgrades and evaluation for PHP servers to Quercus.
Because Resin can now use Java Injection (JSR) for its configuration, we’ve taken advantage of the new syntax to redesign Resin’s rewrite and dispatch capabilities, used for sites migrating from Apache’s mod_rewrite module. In Tomcat there is a elonghornsales.com in the conf directory, but you don't need to change it, if you are only deploying an application.
By default the conf/elonghornsales.com is already setup to execute JSP / servlets. But caucho_module seems to be looking for an explicit mapping to exist to help it decide what goes and what doesn't go to Resin, vs what Apache will try to serve itself.
Perhaps this is a bug in caucho_module that it doesn't account for welcome file handling? Sets a response header in a rewrite rule or as a top-level filter. resin:AddHeader url-pattern="/foo/*" name="Foo" value="bar"/>. Keep in mind that Resin comes with, Caucho's % Java implementation of PHP5.
You may not need native PHP if Quercus works for your application. You may not need native PHP if .Caucho resin url re write apache