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From "David Rault" <tomcat.dra...@free.fr>
Subject Re: tomcat 4.0.3 multiple instance catalina_base set-up.. stand-alone on linux
Date Fri, 12 Apr 2002 07:26:40 GMT
Why don't you plug tomcat on an apache ?
    with warp_connector

thus you can start multiple instances of tomcat on different port
link each instance in the same (virtual) host in apache (declare one
connector for each instance)

this way, all your application has accessible through the same adress:port
(the web server's)
hope this helps (by the way, it works, i've done it!)

David
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Sent: Friday, April 12, 2002 9:10 AM
Subject: tomcat 4.0.3 multiple instance catalina_base set-up.. stand-alone
on linux


> Subject: tomcat 4.0.3 multiple instance catalina_base set-up.. stand-alone
on linux
> From: "Hyunjin Kim" <hyunjin@itline.biz>
>  ===
> is it possible to set up catalina_base for multiple instaces all using
same
> port?
>
> I am in an environment where the web server and java container is the same
> (TOMCAT stand alone) and adding a new webapp should not interfere with
> existing webapps... (working for a web agency.. should eventually run 10+
> webapps on one server..)
>
> has anyone done this?? all success stories regarding setting up
> catalina_base says we should differ ports for each of catalina_bases...
>
>
>
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