Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module A656. This topic is presented on public courses Deploying Apache and Tomcat
, Deploying Java Applications on Linux / Unix
In this module, we look deeper into the Tomcat configuration files and see the real information that's there between examples that are provided in such profusion that they may frighten the first time deployer.
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|1718||Increasing Java Virtual Machine memory for Tomcat|
Q. "How do I increase the memory that my Java Virtual Machine in Tomcat can use?" A question asked - not for the first time - by a delegate on todays's Deploying Apache httpd and Tomcat course.
A. Set the JAVA_OPTS environment variable. Longer answer:
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|1370||Apache Tomcat Performance Tuning|
Have you noticed what a lack of information there is in the printed material (or on the web too, come to that!) on performance tuning Apache Tomcat? The subject came up briefly during the course that I completed yesterday, when we looked at the changing the heap sizes and number of threads, and selecting ...
|466||Separating 'per instance' data from binaries and web sites|
When you install Apache httpd or Apache Tomcat, everything goes into a single directory tree. That's the most natural way for the servers to ship as it means that they can be installed, tested, and then removed again easily if you wish without any complex procedure being involved.
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Topics covered in this module
Configuration files in the conf directory.
Modifying your Jasper configuration.
Logging Tomcat Activity.
Adding and tailoring access logs.
Applications that log.
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