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From "M Man" <mma...@hotmail.com>
Subject Can Tomcat 3.3 be chroot'ed, Should it be ?
Date Tue, 26 Feb 2002 15:05:52 GMT
Hi All

I've got Apache 1.3.22 and Tomcat 3.3 working fine on Solaris 8.
I can even get Apache running chroot'ed, but I can't get Tomcat too.

I've looked all over the net and not found a HOW-TO.
I found one document that said Tomcat could NOT be chroot, (didn't 
understand the reason's why, I'm not a Java programmer).

So is can it be chroot'ed and if so how ?.

I found a few documents that said the security now in Apache/Tomcat means 
that running them chroot'ed is not really required, is this true ? (hope so, 
it would save a lot of effort :) )
Any document pointer's as to why this imaybe true now would be helpful ?

Thanks in advance

Max

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