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From John Dale <>
Subject Re: Does Tomcat server printout System.out.print infor?
Date Sun, 12 May 2019 13:57:47 GMT
It is pretty normal.  If you don't want to deal with the systems
administration of your server, you can lease a tomcat instance and
deploy your war file.   A host will typically help you with some of
the configuration and management, and notify you if you have deployed
some naughty code that is consuming server resources.  This is
somewhere in between a WUSIWUG and a fill cloud server instance of,
say, Linux.

On 5/11/19, Karen Goh <> wrote:
> Hello experts,
> Currently, I am uploading a new .war file up to my hosting company.
> However, I am puzzled how things work and would like to check what is the
> norm out there.
> They are using httpd apache server and tomcat.
> Basically, I have subscribed a private Tomcat server so I get an instance of
> Tomcat server - 8.0.27.
> But, the re-start of server is not in my control.
> I would like to know if this is the normal environment in a web hosting
> company ?
> Another thing is that, in my newly uploaded war file, I don't get to see any
> System.out.println infor in my code, which I believe it should be printed
> out, as per my last log file indication in the web hosting company.
> What they told me is
> "Only if there is system level operation. For example, unloading/reloading a
> war file would have logged."
> So, please help me know if it is not possible to see system.out.print infor
> as what I have put in the code in my java class ?
> Another thing is that I am going to put in the Tomcat Realm for the log-in
> module and I am wondering where is the privacy since I do not have the full
> control over Tomcat in this web hosting environment ?
> Thanks & regards,
> Karen
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