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On 1/15/16 2:01 PM, Jeff Jennings wrote:
> I will have two applications running on my tomcat server
> Jira on port 8080 and confluence on port 8090
> I'm going to get an ssl cert for the server which I'll call
> something like test.mysite.com
> Once I get my ssl cert for test.mysite.com how do I go about
> setting up the configuration file for tomcat so that both sites can
> share the cert.
> I've been using regular apache for years and know how to do it with
> virtual hosts in httpd.conf and ssl.conf but tomcat is new to me.
> any pointers would be appreciated.
> I'm thinking I'd like to map 8080 to something like
> test.mysite.com/jira and 8090 to test.mysite.com/confluence
> but I'm open to all ideas.
> I see tomcat want to use port 8443 for ssl
> I have read this page: 
> https://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/ssl-howto.html but am
> unsure how to handle multiple apps on the same server that listen
> on different ports.

Although you can't use multiple Atlassian products in a single Tomcat
instance (boo!), the configuration would have been easy:

Just configure the same certificate on the connectors for both ports.
In fact, there's no reason to use separate ports for each application:
you can use a single connector with separately-named web applications
(e.g. /jira versus /other-product) or virtual hosting if both of them
must run as ROOT application (again, boo!).

- -chris
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