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From chasee <janee...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: When to use two tomcat instances
Date Thu, 14 Nov 2002 03:32:41 GMT

Thanks, john for clearing it up. Seems this time I asked the "correct" question, so I got
your reply.  it's the first time I got my posted question answered...
Chasee
 "Turner, John" <JTurner@AAS.com> wrote:
Two Tomcat instances = two separate installations of Tomcat. Different
server.xml, different work directory, different webapp root.

As far as "when do you need it" that's up to you, there is no hard and fast
rule.

We use multiple Tomcats because it allows us to segregate our clients' apps,
and manage each Tomcat instance separately without interfering with the
others.

John

-----Original Message-----
From: chasee
To: tomcat user
Sent: 11/13/02 9:55 PM
Subject: When to use two tomcat instances


Hello all,

Just got this question: when do we need two tomcat instances? and what
does it mean? two copies of web server or the server creates two
instances when it is started?

I'd appreciate any response.

Chasee



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