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I certainly think it is a bad idea. There have been several security problems found with it in the past. I would never run it on a production server. On an exposed system you want to minimize the attack surface and reduce the number of things you have to watch/patch for known vulnerabilities. This violates both of those principles.
The Maximum heap size you will want to assign will be based on your system's utilization of it's own resources, other services you are running, etc. You want to assign a heap size that leaves enough memory available to the OS to prevent unnecessary memory paging. This is more of a problem in Windows, but the problem is seen in Linux too (I'm more of a ...
I recently put all together with Quercus (a PHP5 java implementation) building up a single WAR file with the latest wordpress. http://bonfab.io/?p=85
I came across this same error recently. Our solution was to add: SSLProxyProtocol all -SSLv2 -SSLv3 This matches our SSLProtocol parameter in our ssl.conf file. We also had Tomcat setup to disable SSLv3 as well.
I ran into the problem that when starting a second application, the first one begins to crash. You did not mention any system specifications of your VPS. For me this sounds like you're running out of memory. Do you mean that when the application crashes, the JVM is not shown in the process list anymore? You should check the output of dmesg to see if the ...
I found this article which seems pretty similar to your problem: http://willwarren.com/2014/01/27/running-apache-tomcat-with-ssl-behind-amazon-elb/ Basically states on changing server.xml to this: <Connector port="8080" protocol="HTTP/1.1" proxyPort="443" scheme="https" secure="true" proxyName="myapp.example.com" ...
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