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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Run several applications on different ports, isolated from each other
Date Fri, 13 Jun 2008 15:39:15 GMT
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Yves,

| Another idea I came up with is:
|
| Use only one instance of Tomcat, but create 2 connectors, which each
hold one
| host, and these hosts have different appBase-folders. Then my apps
would been
| isolated, and I would connect to them via mod_proxy on their
respective ports.

You can certainly use this, but it depends on your notion of "isolation"
of your webapps. Commonly-loaded classes can still communicate between
applications even if they are in different <Host>s in Tomcat.

If that's okay, then you can certainly run them in the same Tomcat instance.

- -chris
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