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From Anand Raman <ara...@india-today.com>
Subject Re: how to release a tomcat port ?
Date Wed, 20 Sep 2000 10:43:49 GMT
why dont u provide them with different contexts to work with .. Also if
u need a high degree of differentiation u can provide them with
different workers too (TOMCAT 3.2) ..
U will find more information on seeting up a context in the tomcat
manuals..
Hope this helps
Anand
On Sat, Sep 09, 2000 at 01:46:46PM +0530, surinder singh wrote:
>I am providing each Linux user with a separate installation in their own
>/home/user so that they can use tomcat indepently.
>
>I am copying the who tomcat from .usr/local/tomcat to /home/user/tomcat
>and only thing I need to change is /home/user/tomcat/conf/server.xml
>file to allocate different port numbers. While running startup.sh if i
>get some error ( say due to setting CLASSPATH ). I will run shutdown.sh
>and do the required change and will run startup.sh. Now I will get
>BindException. I feel the problem is to release the port. I will change
>the port and it will work fine.
>
>I am using 9000, 9001, ... ports so I think there should be no
>confliction with other applications. The problem I feel is in release
>the port in case of a problamatic startup.
>
>Please help me to release the unused ports.
>
>TIA

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Regards
Anand Raman
India Today Group Online

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