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From "Michele Neylon:: Blacknight Solutions" <mich...@blacknightsolutions.com>
Subject RE: Run as nonroot user
Date Thu, 10 Jul 2003 20:09:23 GMT

> A better solution would be to run apache as a front end and 
> have it connect to tomcat.  Since tomcat listens on port 8009 
> a non-privliged user can stop and start it.  You can just let 
> apache run...  you won't have to restart it.

That sounds like an interesting method. At the moment we have to manually
restart both. I was of the understanding that you needed to stop and start
Apache or else there would be problems with the JK2 connector. Did I miss
something?




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