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2answers
51 views

What's the difference if I access a site using www and without? [closed]

I'm a web developer on a software house, which develops websites for clients. The websites are hosted by third party, so we don't have full control over it. One of our clients one day asks us, why ...
0
votes
0answers
15 views

Access GWT Application from Dynamic DNS?

I have a GWT demo Application that runs fine. The application runs under: http://127.0.0.1:8080/test.html?gwt.codesvr=127.0.0.1:8888 It works. Then I tried to set a dynamic dns which is routed ...
-1
votes
1answer
39 views

Running localhost webapp projects under domain name using fiddler2

I have a Tomcat server running on my local dev machine(running Windows8) & I use fiddler2 to assign an alias to localhost as my domain name (www.mydomainName.com), so my application webpages open ...
1
vote
1answer
501 views

clearing tomcats dns cache

To my understanding Tomcat uses separate DNS-cache on linux. How can I clear it ? Our tomcat server is running an app that uses service on another server that got it's IP-address changed. Now I am ...
0
votes
1answer
201 views

tomcat dns forwarding to multiple applications

I recently installed business objects software on tomcat 6. I have 2 domains - domain1 and domain2. This software allows access to two of its applications via these URLS: ...
3
votes
4answers
1k views

How to make a URL point to a Tomcat instance?

Sorry if this question makes no sense (no expert here), but I understand that tomcat listens to port 8080 and that url are usually addressed to 80. Is there a way to tell DNS that urls should point to ...
0
votes
1answer
208 views

How to implement a “service temporarly unavailable” page which displays automatically in case of errors?

Is there a way to automatically display a notification page (some styled "we will be back soon") in case a webserver fails? How would that work, considering the domain would have to "suddenly" ...
4
votes
1answer
1k views

using wildcards in host-aliases for Tomcat's virtual hosts

I want to do the following with Tomcat 5.5: *.mydomain.com should go to my webapp, located at the virtual host mydomain.com. So I have a virtual host mydomain.com, and I want all *.mydomain.com also ...
0
votes
1answer
341 views

Tomcat, wildcard subdomains?

Is this possible with Tomcat?
0
votes
1answer
300 views

Configuring Ubuntu as a webserver for tomcat

Our SysAdmin has been in an accident and is out of action (Coma) for a while and we're in desperate need of setting up Confluence on our clients domain, as the resident "java drinker" at work I've ...
0
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2answers
406 views

Dynamically point domain in Apache to application running on Tomcat

I have question. Let's assume that I have API which allows me to add dynamically add DNS records. Now, I would like to run simple application on Tomcat and put Apache in front of it, so that any ...
0
votes
3answers
2k views

Can not connect to tomcat server externally,

My Tomcat server is running on virtual server, this server is running on fedora machine. I have setted up everything on this machine to run tomcat, tomcat working well on local host. but i can not ...
0
votes
2answers
810 views

Hosting multiple sites on a single webapp in tomcat

Scenario: I have a website - www.mydomain.com. Registered users will be given the choice of getting a permanent url to their account on mydomain.com as a subdomain like (username.mydomain.com) or ...
0
votes
2answers
105 views

How to dynamically edit dns entries without restarting the dns server

I am trying to host multiple sites on a single webapp in a tomcat server. For example www.abc.com, www.xyz.com and several sites fetch content from my webapp hosted on tomcat with apache as the web ...
3
votes
3answers
669 views

Directing DNS to different ports

Greetings all, I have a server with two tomcat services (one being run on port 80, the other 8080). What I'm wanting to achieve is to have two different DNS records for these two ports, so they'll ...
24
votes
14answers
3k views

Load-balancer options

I am looking at a number of possible options for load-balancing. So far, I am constrained to the following options: DNS server load-balancer, balancing to a cluster of tomcat servers, with ...