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Is it possible to run different web applicatins in Tomcat in different VMs?
How do I do that?
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It's possible to start multiple tomcat's each
in it's own VM. I did this because I wanted to
use TomCat and JServ.

If you use apache and mod_jserv you can mount
a servlet engine using hostname and port, every
TomCat must have its own port if they run on one
machine.

ApJServMount /examples/servlet        ajpv12://localhost:8008/examples
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