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From "Anders Lindh" <ali...@flyerone.com>
Subject RE: C1 to C2
Date Fri, 13 Jul 2001 10:45:03 GMT
>Be aware that C2 will serve _all_ the pages (including the static
>ones). If you are in an Apache+Tomcat+Cocoon context, this mean that
>Everything on your site will be served by C2.

If you use apache you tell it what requests to pass to Tomcat (with mod_jk
or mod_jserv). You can e.g tell it to pass requests for all .xml files in
/cocoon to Tomcat (and cocoon if configured properly). This way all static
content can be served by apache (x100 faster) and all dynamic pages by
tomcat/cocoon.

- Anders


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