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From Seth Ladd <s...@ehawaii.gov>
Subject Re: Redeployment of War over and over Supported?
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2004 18:10:27 GMT
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Shapira, Yoav wrote:
| Howdy,
|
|
|>Wow, OK, thanks for the great insight.  In other words, it's safe to
|>assume to always restart Tomcat when deploying webapps.  That, of
|>course, is less than ideal.  For testing, that just makes the
|>development time longer (and more complicated, since now we have to
|>remember to restart Tomcat every X deployment times).  And for
|>production, of course we don't want to take anything down.
|
|
| In practice, it's also common to have one webapp per tomcat instance, so
| that should anything go wrong (e.g. OutOfMemoryError, malicious code),
| only one webapp is affected even if you have to restart the tomcat
| server.  So that above is not bad from that perspective.

Thanks for the tip.  I agree completely with this one.  Hopefully we'll
move to this soon.  It certainly makes production deployments easier.

Seth
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