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How to running multiple Tomcat on one Server.

Gustavo Siqueira
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Hello,
I have a VPS running a Tomcat, that host a site. I would like of hosting more sites in the same server.
It's possible ?
Bear Bibeault
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You can run many web apps in one instance of Tomcat -- no need to run more than one Tomcat instance.


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Gustavo Siqueira
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Hello,
Thanks you for response!
How do I do ?

Regards,
Gustavo
Bear Bibeault
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The easiest way is to simply drop the war files for the web apps into Tomcat's webapps folder.

For more complex configurations see the Tomcat documentation which is part of the download (and is one of the web apps shipped with Tomcat).
Tim Holloway
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Note that there is a difference between running multiple sites (hosts) and running multiple apps for a site.

It's trivial to deploy multiple apps in Tomcat. Do as Bear said and drop their WAR files into the Tomcat webapps folder.

To run multiple sites, you'll need to customize the server.xml file, however. The Tomcat documentation details such things.


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Gustavo Siqueira
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Hello,
I would like of thank to everyone for response!

I have solved by following the steps this video:

http://goo.gl/veide


Thanks you!
 
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