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Does tomcat kills unHandled ThreadPools on undeployment of application war

Say i have an Application deployed in tomcat. And i'm initializing a threadPool there,which i forgot to shutdown in my application. When i undeploy the application war or i restart the tomcat. will ...
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Can a working Tomcat 6 webapp be turned into a usable .war file?

Problem: I have a working webapp on a FreeBSD 8.1 Tomcat 6 test server that I need to move to a production system. The developer who last touched it (and had root on that server) has moved on and ...
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Manually reload Webbapplication without Tomcat Manager possible?

I want to reload (or restart) one specific web application on an Apache Tomcat (6 or 7) server without Tomcat Manager or the automatic Reloadable attribute. Using the manager would give again another ...
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Use a separate partition to host tomcat's webapps

Hi I'm setting up s serie of tomcat server. And i've read a security guide. They say that, it's a good idea to host tomcat's webapps folder on a different partition than the rest of tomcat files. I'm ...
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Web Applications under Apache Tomcat with multiple directory contexts

I have two webapps, prod-1.2.1.war and test-2.0.0.war. If I put these straight into the "tomcat/webapps"-folder, they'll get deployed as; hXXp://localhost/prod-1.2.1/ hXXp://localhost/test-2.0.0/ ...
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Tomcat deployment overwrites context.xml

I'm pretty new to Tomcat in general, so please point out if got anything wrong. My question is regarding updates to already deployed apps, using the Tomcat manager. But first thing first. I'm using ...