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From Pid <...@pidster.com>
Subject Re: basic 2 virtual hosts configuration
Date Wed, 16 Jun 2010 09:58:41 GMT
On 16/06/2010 08:12, Mark Eggers wrote:
> MB,
> 
> You can follow the instructions given for Tomcat 6 on this wiki page:
> 
> http://wiki.apache.org/tomcat/TomcatDevelopmentVirtualHosts
> 
> The only difference is that the Manager application for Tomcat 5.5.29 is contained in
the ROOT application. 

Eh?  I'm not sure you meant what that actually says.


p

> This means that you will skip the following step.
>
> 3. Copy the manager application from $CATALINA_HOME/webapps to each of the 
>    virtual host webapp directories
>    1. For virtual host foo, this means copying manager to
>       hosts/foo-host/webapps (full path depends on actual location to
>       match the server.xml entry)
>    2. For virtual host bar, this means copying manager to
>       hosts/bar-host/webapps (full path depends on actual location
>       to match the server.xml entry)
> 
> I just tested this on my 5.5.29 installation on Fedora 13 (Java 6.0.20). Works as advertised.
> 
> just my two cents . . . 
> 
> /mde/
> 
> --- On Tue, 6/15/10, MB <digital.discuss@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> From: MB <digital.discuss@gmail.com>
>> Subject: Re: basic 2 virtual hosts configuration
>> To: "Tomcat Users List" <users@tomcat.apache.org>
>> Date: Tuesday, June 15, 2010, 10:21 PM
>> Caldarale, Charles R said:
>>
>>> Nothing, but you must do it correctly.
>> Yes, I figured that much. :)
>>
>>> You don't set the path attribute - in almost all cases
>> it is illegal
>>> (and "/" is never correct, under any circumstances -
>> read the doc).
>> Interesting. Time for a reread.
>>
>>>>   <Engine name="Catalina"
>> defaultHost="kron">
>>>>        <Realm
>> className="org.apache.catalina.realm.UserDatabaseRealm"
>>>>              
>> resourceName="UserDatabase" />
>>>>        <Host
>> name="medpsy" appBase="/home/webbplatser/medpsy.no" />
>>>>        <Host
>> name="kron" appBase="/home/webbplatser/kron.no" />
>>>>      </Engine>
>>>
>>> The above looks ok.
>> Thanks
>>
>>>> Fragment context settings in
>> /Catalina/kron/ROOT.xml (similar
>>>> for the other site:
>>>>
>>>>  
>>    docBase="/home/webbplatser/kron.no/ROOT"
>>>>      path="/"
>>> Take out the docBase and path attributes; they're not
>> allowed here.  The
>>> path is derived from the name of the .xml file, and the
>> webapp is
>>> located in the <Host> appBase, so docBase must
>> not be used.
>> This seems to be vital info I'll try and incorporate. Time
>> for testing!
>>
>>> Why have you declared the above?  Where in the doc
>> does it say you
>>> should do that?
>> Actually Tomcat did that.
>>
>> Thanks for your response, Charles. Very helpful.
>>
>>
>>
>> Hassan Schroeder said
>>
>>> In the documentation?
>>>
>>> http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-5.5-doc/virtual-hosting-howto.html
>>
>> Thanks for your response, Hassan. Perhaps I should have
>> been more clear
>> what I had done already.
>>
>> I've read that page, took my time, cleaned out my old
>> install,
>> reinstalled 5.5.28, updated and installed 5.5.29. I also
>> have 3 books
>> about Tomcat with similar instructions. Information about
>> Tomcat often
>> seem to me to be incomplete, not entirely relevant to what
>> I want to set
>> up - multiple hosts, standalone and so on - or is often
>> way too detailed
>> or just not based around real world examples, which makes
>> it difficult
>> to extract info.
>> I have succeeded many times before setting up server with
>> Tomcat 4. In
>> contrast configuring Apache2 - with vhosts anyway - is a
>> piece of cake
>> to setup. Not the same cup of tea, but nevertheless.
>>
>> I really want to understand Tomcat in this regard as it's
>> very
>> difficult to run a java-based server unless you have a
>> virtual server
>> and this means -  for me anyway - I have to set it up and
>> administrate
>> it as there's no budget and no people I know that I can ask
>> as of now.
>>
>> In return for any help I receive, I'll write a guide for
>> mere mortals,
>> put it on the web and make it known here, so no pesky
>> newbies have to
>> ask about this more than necessarily.
>>
>> This setup is so basic it should just work. Folding up my
>> sleeves.....
>>
>>
>>
>>
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