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From gary.d...@mail1.moh.gov.on.ca (Gary Dale)
Subject Re: Tomcat + Apache on NT
Date Mon, 16 Jul 2001 20:37:57 GMT
1) Tomcat won't start as a service if the configuration is invalid. 
However, you don't need to worry too much about the start order if the 
configuration doesn't change between restarts.

2) You don't need to include it if you have a custom config that 
includes the relevant information. Some people prefer to do this.

3) Use the Services control in NT. Set startup type to automatic.


Gregory Guthrie wrote:

> At 03:26 PM 07/09/2001 -0400, Gary Dale wrote:
>
>> You only need to start Tomcat ahead of Apache if you have changed 
>> Tomcat's configuration and are including the .conf-auto in 
>> httpd.conf. What I suggest is setting them both to automatically 
>> start, then if you change anything, shut them down and restart them 
>> in the correct (Tomcat first) order.
>
>
> -- I don't quite get this;
>
> 1) I didn't change tomcat's configuration,
> 2) I did have httpd.conf include .conf-auto, I thought this was 
> required. (still do think this..!)
> 3) How do you "set them both to automatically start"?
>
> Thanks,
> Gregory
>
>> Emir Alikadic (ADNOC IS&T) wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Provided that you properly configured the Apache/Tomcat combo (with
>>> appropriate entry in the httpd.conf, as described in Tomcat docs), 
>>> you'll
>>> have to start Tomcat first and then start Apache. Manually.
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Gregory Guthrie [mailto:gregg@mum.edu ]
>>> Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2001 7:57 AM
>>> To: tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org
>>> Subject: Tomcat + Apache on NT
>>>
>>> It is not clear (to me) that I have to manually start both Tomcat and
>>> Apache servers on  NT (Win2K Pro). I expected Apache to start Tomcat
>>> as/if needed, but that fails, but everything works fine for Tomcat
>>> standalone, or if it is manually runing, and then Apache just connects
>>> to it.
>>>
>>> Is this correct? Is this documented somewhere? The closest thing I found
>>> was in the Tomcat-Apache HowTo setup where it says:  "This step sets 
>>> various JServ internal parameters, in order:
>>>   Instruct JServ not to start the Tomcat process. Automatically
>>> starting
>>>   Tomcat is not implemented yet. "
>>>
>>> And then does:    ApJServManual          on
>>>
>>> Is this correct understanding?
>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>> Guthrie@mum.edu
>>
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>> *Dr. Gregory Guthrie
>> *gguthrie@mum.edu         (641)472-1125    Fax: -1103
>>        Computer Science Department
>>        School of Computing and Information Science
>>        Maharishi University of Management
>>       (Maharishi International University 1971-1995)
>>         http://www.mum.edu/cs_dept
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>




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