Do you have the answer to my question?
CentOS Linux release 7.2.1511
I think it actually boils down to 'how do you start start Tomcat as a
daemon (using jsvc) on a privileged port (<1024) switching to a no
login user (tomcat) on a system that uses a systemd init process. The
rant you refer to
I use this Systemd unit file (from
https://sorenpoulsen.com/install-tomcat-8-on-ubuntu) on ubuntu, but it's
probably fairly generic as the unit file just calls tomcats start and stop
Meh. It's short and sweet and working systemd unit file.
Description=Apache Tomcat Web Application Container
On Wed, Mar 16, 2016 at 8:57 PM, Christopher Schultz
Apologies for dredging this up but I'm having some problems with this.
Any ideas much appreciated.
Ii have been forced to move from a version of centOS the used the old
way of doing things to a new version of CentOS that uses systemd. The
hosts can't or won't help because I'm
I see a lot of advice for start/stop instead of run within systemd
unit files, both here and in the wild. The gem in the rant I linked is
about start vs run. Sorry if you didn't see it.
On Thu, Mar 17,
But that doesn't work for ports < 1024
On 17 March 2016 at 01:47, jieryn wrote:
> Meh. It's short and sweet and working systemd unit file.
> Description=Apache Tomcat Web Application Container
On Wed, Mar 16, 2016 at 1:01 PM, Lyallex wrote:
> Apologies for dredging this up but I'm having some problems with this.
> Any ideas much appreciated.
> Ii have been forced to move
Firstly apologies to anyone I have sent an unsolicited reply to
personally, Stupid, tired, It won't happen again
Thanks to all for the responses so far
The problem with using the startup and shutdown scripts is that the
process ends up running as root. As any
server admin worth his salt will
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On 3/16/16 1:36 PM, jieryn wrote:
lots of ranting about environment variables and little-used PID
If the author only understood
That looks OK, but I would suggest the following.
Put all the real stuff in a standard bash script with 3 parameters start,
stop, restart- pretty much like the OLD system 5 way fo doing things.This has
the advantage of allowing you to add other things you might want to add AND
I am trying to put together a systemd script for an install of the current
binary release tomcat7. Follows my current best effort, cobbled together from
the (RH)EL7 packaged version and some googling... I am trying to use the
unadulterated tomcat up/down scripts from the binary
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