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Whats the deal with Tomcat?

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by emechanic, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. emechanic

    emechanic Member

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    I have read configs,docs,howtos,forum posts/installed/removed/read configs,docs,howtos,forum posts/removed/reinstalled/removed/reinstalled/read more docs,forum posts,websites

    lo'an behold....

    It still doesn't work.

    This is on a Redhat 9 using latest Current Release cpanel

    I am stumped. There is _got_ to be something I'm doing wrong...

    Any ideas?
     
  2. casey

    casey Well-Known Member

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    "Doesn't work" is pretty vague. Can you be more specific?
     
  3. emechanic

    emechanic Member

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    Sure, it was a missing path in the install. el'fixedo :)
     
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    I uninstalled and re-installed and this fixed the issue for me.

    It seems the .99 version of the installer screws something up. When I upgraded today it automatically upgraded my tomcat and I had to do the above. It worked fine after that.

    Jesse
    www.blueworldhosting.com
     
  5. cPanelBilly

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    the only thing changed between the 2 was a umask setting to make it compatible with trustix.
     
  6. jrehmer

    jrehmer Well-Known Member

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    Then somehow that screwed it up in RHEL3
     
  7. creeper

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    kind of releated

    I have an app that needs

    Java 1.4 (or greater), Tomcat 4 o WebLogic 8.1, PostgreSQL 7.3, Microsoft SQL Server 2000 or Oracle 9.

    to run!

    1.) will tomcat install java or do i have to?
    root@xxx [/var/run/chkservd]# java -v
    libgcj-java-placeholder.sh

    2.) Can you install postgresql via whm? or is there a how to some where so it adds to all users.

    Thanks
     
  8. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Go on, have a guess
    For 2), /scripts/installpostgres would probably be a good starting point ;)
     
  9. creeper

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    LOL

    thanks

    anyone for number 1 ?
     
  10. ThaMATRiX

    ThaMATRiX Well-Known Member

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    Name: modresin
    Author: cPanel Inc.
    Version: 3.0.9-0.2
    Description: Resin Jsp Servlet Support (Cannot be used with Tomcat) !!!BETA VERSION!!!

    which one is better? modresin or tomcat?
    Thanks.
     
  11. VCServer

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    We have worked with Resin successfully, before we used CPanel.
    After the changeover of our servers on CPanel, we have used the Tomcat because there was not the Resin with CPanel.
    My experience on the fact is which ran the Resin essentially more solidly than how the Tomcat. Also our customers were essentially more satisfied with the Resin. But this is a matter of taste according to which with what is worked rather.
    The biggest advantage I have noted with the Resin is the very low Serverload. The Tomcat uses essentially more Serverperformance. Therefore, we will change in next time also again on the Resin, because there is now, at last, a Resin CPanel AdOn. :) :D
     
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