As a follow up on
MODCLUSTER-400 and a documentation effort for EnableOptions logic, I tried to add EnableOptions to the configuration so as to allow for a "cping/cpong" emulation of the famous AJP feature.
With the following mod_cluster.conf / httpd.conf (standalone-ha.xml being the same as in
one gets this [^hp-ux_error_log-EnableOptions.zip] log:
Why is the JBoss EAP residing on 10.16.92.191:8645 trying to request SSL Proxy on the virtual host 10.16.92.191:2081? The result is Status: NOTOK on mod_cluser manager console.
I tried to remove that 10.16.92.191:2081, so as the 10.16.92.191:8745 is the only one ([^hp-ux_error_log-EnableOptions-single-vhost.zip]):
The result is a funny trial to request a proxy for the boxe's actual hostname and port 80 no one (netstat) is even listening on:
I tried to add: RequestHeader set Front-End-Https "On" to the configuration without any luck.
Finally, I replicated the SSL configuration outside the VirtualHost:
This configuration fixed the aforementioned failed to enable ssl support and actually helped to workaround the
MODCLUSTER-400: (log: [^hp-ux_error_log-EnableOptions-SSL_everywhere.zip])
Why isn't the 10.16.92.191:8745 enough? Is it a configuration error or a ProxyPass/SSL integration bug?