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    Tomcat over Linux

    hi guys,
    just wanted to know the complete procedure of installing Jakarta Tomcat (any version will do) over Linux 7.2 with Apache 1.2.

    Kindly reply as soon as possible, this is very urgent.


    Paras Arora

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    Tomcat Installation

    Hello....I think following link will help you....

    http://tomcat.apache.org/connectors-...to/apache.html

    Regards

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    What have you tried lets start there. Do you have Tomcat up and running?
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    How did this go? Were you able to get Tomcat playing nicely with Apache? Post any error messages you are having trouble resovling so we can help.
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    From what I understood, tomcat ran on its own as its own webserver.

    Am I wrong??

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    Yes, it does run as its own webserver, and it does a great job of serving dynamic content and can even serve static content, but Apache is much better. By connecting the two you can offload some of the work from Tomcat, which is usually busy serving servlet and jsp requests. Then the work of serving images, javascript, css, etc. is done by Apache. You really won't see a difference in performance unless you are running a really large site.
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    yea, but still its java. And java is APITA and its a memory hog as well.

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    Wrong. Bad programming is a memory hog. I can eat up unlimited memory in ANY language if I don't release resources when finished with them.

    It sound like you and Java just need to hug and make up ;-P
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