As with Kerry, I have also done it as the blog says. More information
would be helpful.
Ultimately, I went with Apache and the Tomcat/JK connector. This allowed
us to not only host multiple domains with a single Tomcat instance, but
also allows us to easily integrate other server-side architecture such
as Python, PHP, etc. (Yes...some of these could be substituted within
the JVM, but we chose not to for a number of reasons 5+ years ago)
On 4/5/12 8:51 PM, Kerry Wilson wrote:
> I have done that before exactly as the blog says. What is the
> behavior you are seeing? Perhaps you could let apache handle the
> virtual hosting and run two tomcat instances.
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> -------- Original message --------
> Subject: [ajug-members] Running multiple sites off of a single tomcat
> From: Bryan Pauquette <bryan.pauquette@gmai...>
> To: ajug-members@ajug... > CC: [ajug-members] Running multiple sites off of a single tomcat server
> Hey has anyone been able to run multiple sites (domains) off a single
> tomcat server?
> I found some somewhat useful links and I have been experimenting
> with them
> but the behavior I am experiencing does not match what I expect.
> http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/virtual-hosting-howto.html >
> http://iam-rakesh.blogspot.com/2009/10/hosting-multiple-domains-in-tomcat.html >
> I am running tomcat 6.0.35. So far I have updated server.xml and defined
> two host entries and put a ROOT.war
> at the location I defined in appbase
> Anyone do this before?
> I have been wasting my time on this rabbit-hole.....
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