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Old June 17th, 2008, 02:22 PM
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Default can i have more than one tomcat on same os

dont know how, but i managed my tomcat5.5 to stop working (its not even showing up the default page)...on my ubuntu 7.04 workspace.
i tried repairing it and i failed.

the next thing i tried was to remove the configuration files (complete removal) of tc5.5 and all its dependencies too

then i reinstalled tc5.5 and the problem lies still there !!!

i am stuck because i can neither repair nor reinstall tc.

i have read that we can have multiple instances of tc on the same web-server....so can i manage to install one more tomcat on my system?? if yes..then how ..because the package manager has no such provision of adding the same piece of software twice...
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Yup,
Instead of using the installer to install Tomcat, you can download a .tar.gz version of Tomcat and unzip it to your disk. Get into bin directory of this Tomcat installation and run ./catalina.sh start

This should help you to get running another instance of Tomcat.

PS: Do not forget to export JAVA_HOME, CATALINA_HOME varaibles before you run catalina.sh

-eNJay
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I should have written:

nstead of using the Package Manager to install Tomcat, you can...
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thanks a lot !!
actually i was just trying to avoid this approach...but finally i did install tc6 by this method only..
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