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From - <...@webcapacity.com>
Subject RE: newbie questions
Date Wed, 31 May 2000 16:59:16 GMT
gracias!, that answers that portion
Regarding the below, anyone have any answers?

>If you  use the -f flag, that and only the XML config specified is used.
>Correct?

> Lastly, I have added a classes/ directory in my TOMCAT_HOME, and put mail.jar
> there, I figure that I need to extract it there? Are the classes found here
> availiable to ALL tomcat instances running? I need a place to put some common
> optional packages across all apps and tomcat instances in one place. Is this it?


On Wed, 31 May 2000, you wrote:
> The "Automatic context load's", and auto expansion of WAR files, comes from the AutoStart
context interceptor.  Delete or comment out the server.xml line:
> 
> 	<ContextInterceptor className="org.apache.tomcat.context.AutoSetup" />
> 
> and this will cease.
> 
> Hope this helps.
> 
> Larry
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: - [mailto:aaz@webcapacity.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2000 11:27 AM
> To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: newbie questions
> 
> 
> Hi all,
> Couple of questions below for some things that are not clear to me:
> 
> I copied the original server.xml file to my own config because I will be
> running 2 tomcat instances for development purposes. Anyways, per the user
> guide I run this command.
> 
> ./tomcat.sh start -f ../conf/myserverconfig.xml
> 
> The ouput shows that it is loading my contexts but it is also still loading the
> original ones that are default to tomcat (examples, admin, etc)
> 
> Context log: path="" Automatic context load docBase="/usr/local/apache/tomcat/webapps/ROOT"
> Context log: path="" Adding context path=""  docBase="/usr/local/apache/tomcat/webapps/ROOT"
> Context log: path="/test" Automatic context load docBase="/usr/local/apache/tomcat/webapps/test"
> Context log: path="/test" Adding context path="/test"  docBase="/usr/local/apache/tomcat/webapps/test"
> Context log: path="/examples" Automatic context load docBase="/usr/local/apache/tomcat/webapps/examples"
> Context log: path="/examples" Adding context path="/examples"  docBase="/usr/local/apache/tomcat/webapps/examples"
> Context log: path="/admin" Automatic context load docBase="/usr/local/apache/tomcat/webapps/admin"
> Context log: path="/admin" Adding context path="/admin"  docBase="/usr/local/apache/tomcat/webapps/admin"
> 
> My question is, in the original server.xml file I removed all context
> references to these, they are not in my new one either. How and why are they
> getting loaded? Also I am curious as to how tomcat boots exactly. 
> 
> Does it always read the default server.xml, THEN read the one specified with
> the -f flag on the command line? Or does it automatically start a new context
> for each WAR/directory under webapps/ ?
> 
> Lastly, I have added a classes/ directory in my TOMCAT_HOME, and put mail.jar
> there, I figure that I need to extract it there? Are the classes found here
> availiable to ALL tomcat instances running? I need a place to put some common
> optional packages across all apps and tomcat instances in one place. Is this it?
> 
> thanks a ton!
> 
> 
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