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I need to run two webapps on a ubuntu VPS but one(my own webapp) prefers to run in Tomcat & other(Solr webservice) is preferable in Jetty. But I think running a separate server for each webapp ...
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Openfire Java Out of Memory Error - Any solutions?

I have huge problem with openfire crashing every now and then because of the lack of memory. In java log i have following error log. however problems are Openfire is 32 bit and i cant run it as 64 ...
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Can anyone who has experience break down the pro's and con's of having servlets running from apache tomcat/Jetty vs hosting the output of GWT over a web server?
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We're allowing customers to create websites on our SaaS app. We currently use Jetty as the app server, but we could use anything J2EE. I'd like to be able to scale customer webapps across our ...
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I am setting up a development server for a team I am working with. They develop JavaEE applications, which are deployed and run as WAR files. They will inevitably need to run one or two instances of ...
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Jetty Vs Tomcat for a JSF based social networking & sharing website [closed]

I need to host my JavaServerFaces application which is a sort of networking & sharing website. Which amongst Jetty & Tomcat is recommended for my app? Need easy scalability, better ...
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I have an (Ubuntu 10.4) server running Apache2 web server. So far so good, I have a few extensions setup just the way I hoped for, I'm happy. But now I'd like to try out Apache Solr because I'd ...
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How do I deploy my Java WAR file on a production server without any downtime. I currently use Apache2 -> Jetty6 when I need to update the web application I unzip the war into the directory then ...
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Does Tomcat or Jetty cache dynamic content?

I'm working on a Servlet app with contents that are updated periodically. Hence, between updates any dynamic pages generated by the Servlet can be cached. Does Tomcat or Jetty (or any Servlet ...
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Nginx as a proxy to Jetty

Pardon me, this is my first attempt at Nginx-Jetty instead of Apache-JK-Tomcat. I deployed myapp.war file to $JETTY_HOME/webapps/, and the app is accessible at the url: http://myIP:8080/myapp I did ...
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Alternatives to Apache

Our current stack is Apache + Tomcat + MySQL, using ProxyPass AJP to fire requests from Apache to Tomcat. We also run PHP for Wordpress on the same sites, and so need working .htaccess files. In ...