Commands tagged tomcat (2)

  • Must be run as root. The 'tomcat' user must have access to the .keystore file. The key and keystore passwords must be the same. The password must be entered into the server.xml config file for Tomcat. Show Sample Output


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    ${JAVA_HOME}/bin/keytool -genkey -alias tomcat [-validity (# of days valid)] -keyalg RSA -keystore (Path to keystore)
    ShadowCat8 · 2011-10-13 19:40:35 0
  • Tomcat webapps are often remote links


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    ssh tomcat-server ls -l webapp-dir | grep -- '->' | awk ' { print $(NF-2) " " $(NF-1) " " $NF; }'
    igorfu · 2011-05-23 08:38:28 0

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