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The problem is not related to the version of tomcat but to new changes in geoNetwork that don't expect geoNetwork to be the ROOT application. I'm not sure if there is an issue already opened, but if not, you can open it. The fast solution will be to place geoNetwork not on the ROOT app. As tomcat wants to work on port 8080, I usually use an apache2 ...
You must understand that load balancing works for high-traffic sites. Your problem seems to be related with the fact that tiles are created on the fly from the DB, instead of created on the DB once and then being cached in your server. Perhaps adding a caching solution for tiles might help: Check http://giscollective.org/tutorials/web-mapping/wmsseven/ for ...
Checking the documentation is step 0, asking for help is step 1. Check this doc: http://geoserver.geo-solutions.it/edu/en/security/ldap_authentication.html Simone.
Ciao, maybe I overlooked something but from the outside you are accessing http://mydomain.com/geoserver/ not http://mydomain.com:8080/geoserver/ as the default port for Apache HTTP is port 80, hence connecting to port 8080 on it would give you exactly that error. Regards, Simone.
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