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Managing deployment to Tomcat to minimize downtime

In the past when I needed to run something on Tomcat, I just made a .war file and deployed it. While that is a common way to do things in the Tomcat world (it seems), I was taking a hit with downtime ...
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Auto-deploy WAR to arbitrary URL on Tomcat

How can I auto-deploy a WAR file (created by Play! framework, by the way) to Tomcat 6, but on an arbitrary URL such as "/sub/url", and without changing the WAR filename? I know I can simply upload it ...
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Tomcat unpack wars into directory other than appBase

We would like to configure Tomcat in the following way (where X -SL-> Y represents a symlink named X pointing to a path Y): CATALINA_HOME/webapps -SL-> /var/data/nas/deploymentconfiguration_a ...
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How should I deploy my JVM-based web application on ubuntu?

I've developed a web application using clojure/compojure (JVM based) and while developing I tested it using embedded jetty that runs on 0.0.0.0:8080. I would now like to deploy it to run on port 80 on ...
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Best way to bring a system down with a “maintenance” message?

What's the best way to bring down an apache2/tomcat6 setup for maintenance? Specifically, apache2 can stay running, but tomcat needs to restart to accomplish a number of tasks. My initial thought is ...
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Best way to separate tomcat configuration files for different deployments?

Right now, all application-specific configuration is done in conf/Catalina/localhost/myWebApp.xml, and this file changes between different deployment scenarios (test/production/personal, etc). My ...