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From Peter Sparkes <pe...@didm.co.uk>
Subject Re: How can applications be isolated in Tomcat?
Date Fri, 04 Apr 2008 11:09:30 GMT
If you have control over the machine you could effectively do this using 
XEN (xen.org) which gives you virtual machines.

Peter
> I would suggest putting the non-production
> environments on a different Tomcat instance preferably
> on a different machine.
>
> -Sameer
> --- Pablo Lopez <pablo.lopez.soccer@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>   
>> Hi, 
>>
>> I'm currently putting together a solution for an
>> off-the-shelf document
>> management application that requires Tomcat to run a
>> form design component.
>>
>> I'd like to have a single Tomcat server supporting
>> the production and five
>> non-production environments but isolate these
>> instances. I’m hoping this
>> will give some isolation so non-prod doesn’t take
>> prod off-line but that I
>> can also test new versions of the form design
>> component in non-prod before
>> rolling it into prod.
>>
>> It appears this could be done through virtual
>> hosting and appbase settings
>> but this is way beyond my knowledge and I’m just
>> architecting the solution.
>> I know we'll have to get a Tomcat expert in at some
>> point in the future but
>> just wondered if I'm going down the right or wrong
>> road here.
>>
>> Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated and
>> apologies if I got all
>> of the terminology wrong.
>>
>> Regards, 
>>
>> Pablo  
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