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From LiuYan 刘研 <lovet...@21cn.com>
Subject Re: Feature request: startup.bat: -title option needed
Date Wed, 30 Dec 2009 05:05:06 GMT

It's for "one installation, multi instances" situation, these tomcat
instances share the same catalina.bat file, so I use an environment variable
instead of a fixed value. :)


maven apache wrote:
> 
> 2009/12/30 LiuYan 刘研 <lovetide@21cn.com>
> 
>>
>> Hi maven:
>>  Thanks for your response.
>>
>>  "How to run multiple tomcat instances" is not what I concerned. I setup
>> three Tomcat 5.0.x instances & one Tomcat 6.0.x in one windows OS in our
>> production environment for some weired reasons. And I can running
>> multiple
>> tomcat instances from one tomcat installation copy by tweaking
>> CATALINA_BASE
>> environment variable before startup.bat (learning tomcat clustering these
>> days).
>>
>>  I just want to distinguish these tomcat servers from title of tomcat
>> window. Currently I modified catalina.bat, changed
>> set _EXECJAVA=start "Tomcat" %_RUNJAVA%
>> to
>> set _EXECJAVA=start "%TOMCAT_TITLE%" %_RUNJAVA%
>>
> Why not set the title directly by [set _EXECJAVA=start "Tomcat Server1"
> %_RUNJAVA%]?
> 
>>
>> and execute
>> set TOMCAT_TITLE=Server1/Server2/Server3/...
>> before running startup.bat, it's a trick, but it is not an official
>> solution, and it's not suitable for creating a windows shortcut (pass
>> TITLE
>> via command line option)
>>
>>
>>
>> maven apache wrote:
>> >
>> > 2009/12/30 LiuYan 刘研 <lovetide@21cn.com>
>> >
>> >>
>> >> When running muitiple tomcat instances in same windows OS, the title
>> of
>> >> all
>> >> tomcat/DOS window are all "Tomcat", it's a little hard to distinguish
>> >> which
>> >> window is which tomcat.
>> >>
>> > Not exactly sure what you are meaning. Did you mean that you have
>> > installed
>> > more than one tomcat or you just installed one tomcat but you want to
>> > start
>> > more than one tomcat instances?
>> >
>> >>
>> >> for example:
>> >> bin\startup.bat -title "Tomcat Server 1 - XXX"
>> >> bin\startup.bat -title "Tomcat Server 2 - YYY"
>> >> bin\startup.bat -title "Tomcat Server 3 - ZZZ"
>> >> ...
>> >>
>> >> Then I can distinguish these servers from the title of tomcat/DOS
>> window
>> >> in
>> >> task bar.
>> >>
>> >> Thanks!
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