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TOMCAT10-INSTANCE-CREATE(2) TOMCAT10-INSTANCE-CREATE(2)

NAME

tomcat10-instance-create - creates a Tomcat 10 instance

SYNOPSIS

tomcat10-instance-create [OPTIONS] DIRECTORYNAME

DESCRIPTION

The tomcat10-instance-create script creates a directory with all required Tomcat 10 CATALINA_BASE elements so that a separate Tomcat 10 instance with its own configuration, libraries or web applications can be run by a user. bin/startup.sh and bin/shutdown.sh scripts are also generated to allow the instance to be started and stopped.
DIRECTORYNAME
The name of the directory where the instance will be created. It should not exist and will be created automatically.

OPTIONS

-p HTTPPORT
The TCP port to use for the default HTTP connector in the instance. The default port is 8080.
-c CONTROLPORT
The TCP port to use for Tomcat shutdown control port. The default port is 8005.
-w MAGICWORD
The magic word that sent to the control port will trigger the shutdown of the Tomcat instance. The default word is SHUTDOWN.

AUTHOR

This man page was written by Thierry Carrez <thierry.carrez@ubuntu.com> and is copyright (C) 2008 Canonical Ltd.
Feb 2010