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From Oke Akinola swisstopo <Akinola....@swisstopo.ch>
Subject RE: Multiple tomcat containers or instance on same servers
Date Wed, 01 May 2013 05:05:45 GMT
The new application I wanted to add to tomcat environment actually required its own container.
My understanding so far is configuring multiples applications, even with different listening
ports  in a single installation is still one container. Once a different container is required,
there has to be a second tomcat installation instance.

Please feel free to correct me.

David's offer to put something together will be appreciate for the none tomcat specialist.



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From: David Kerber
Sent: 01.05.2013 02:45
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Multiple tomcat containers or instance on same servers

On 4/30/2013 4:34 PM, chris derham wrote:
>> Thanks for all your feedbacks.
>>
>> Is multiple versions supported or all instances have to be the same build.
>
> You can have it any which way you wish, e.g. single tomcat in single
> catalina_home with multiple instances each with own catalina_base, or
> multiple versions of tomcat each in own catalina_home each with one or
> more instance each with own catalina_base. You can setup a right mess
> if you wish...

Yeah, what he said...

I have done it both ways, depending on the requirements of the apps
being hosted.  I prefer to have only one instance of TC installed, but
have at times had multiple versions running during transition periods.


>
>>> I thought sure that the Tomcat Windows Service page of the users' guide,
>>> but it is /not/ there:
>>> http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-7.0-doc/windows-service-howto.html
>>>
>>> I wonder if there are any heavy Microsoft Windows users that could
>>> offer to write a section on Multiple Tomcat Instances specifically
>>> with Microsoft Windows Services. The file RUNNING.txt only explains
>>> how to set up Tomcat itself (CATALINA_HOME versus CATALINA_BASE) but
>>> says nothing about how to configure Tomcat's service runner to point
>>> to one (other than inferring that one ought to set CATALINA_HOME and
>>> CATALINA_BASE appropriately).
>>>
>>> For instance, it's probably important to give the services distinct
>>> names ;)
>
> The only things that seem to be missing are
>
> a) set CATALINA_HOME and CATALINA_BASE before running service.bat
> b) when run service.bat, specific a unique service name
> c) you need to copy some files around to allow the CATALINA_BASE to be
> different from each other, e.g. port config
>
> e.g.
>
> set CATALINA_HOME=c:\tomcat
> set CATALINA_BASE=c:\tomcat\instances\instance1
> service install tomcat1
>
> Then to install instance two, just run
>
> set CATALINA_BASE=c:\tomcat\instances\instance2
> service install tomcat2
>
> If anyone else wants to chip in with any relevant additions, let me
> know. I might be able to have a look at updating the documentation
> page later, but being as I'm a developer my linguistic skills have
> never really been approved off so not sure any changes will be
> approved :-)
>
> HTH
>
> Chris
>
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