I'd prefer not change default config and current install (will need to
change template, deploy scripts and internal docs to :-( ), and in
precedent answers someone onawer that's this chown is not recommanded and
should have been change :

"So in my opinion we should stop chowning /etc/tomcat7 completely. If we
really need to set specific permissions for configuration files, it
should be done on a case-by-case basis."

And more in the 29 May reply, it seems that this case was answered, but
maybe applied only to tomcat8 duplicated bug ?

2016-06-27 10:46 GMT+02:00 Emmanuel Bourg <ebo...@apache.org>:

> Hi David,
> Did you consider moving the jmxremote.password file out of /etc/tomcat7?
> This would prevent future updates from messing with your files.
> Emmanuel Bourg
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