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From David Mossakowski <dm...@Instinet.Com>
Subject Which server.xml component marks JVM bounds
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2002 18:51:30 GMT
Contexts share one JVM correct?  Do Hosts share the same JVM?  The 
server.xml file has a comment about a Server as a representation of the 
entire JVM.  Does that mean that there is no way to have Host elements 
have their own JVM?

I'm trying to avoid having completely separate installations of Tomcat 
with their own server.xml file.  Applications served from the same 
server have to be separated into their own JVMs... (maybe even because 
they need to run with an older servlet specification because someone was 
too lazy to port them to the newer calls :)

Any suggestions appreciated.

thanks,
d.

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David Mossakowski              dmoss@instinet.com
Instinet Corporation                 212.310.7275



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