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comment If you have a *.domain.com CNAME record, does that have less of a priority than a blog.domain.com?
No, that question's answers do NOT answer this question. A CNAME record is not simply an alternative to an A record with the same IP address as a result, it is a name substitution. Using a CNAME where an additional A record can be used (i.e. where you control the canonical name and it has 1 long-term A record) should be avoided because the CNAME cannot co-exist with other record types for the same name, a fact that can have undesirable side-effects.
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comment Can a working Tomcat 6 webapp be turned into a usable .war file?
Worked like a dream. Dropped the .war in the webapps directory on a new system and Tomcat unpacked it without complaint.
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comment Can a working Tomcat 6 webapp be turned into a usable .war file?
Also: I'm still standing up the new host so I can't say "this worked," but it is very helpful to know that a warfile (warball?) is a jarfile of the webapp with no top-level directory.
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