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Installing Two Tomcat Instances in Single server for Tomcat Clustering

 
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Is it possible to install 2 instances of tomcat 6 using windows installer? How to?

I installed 1 instance in C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat A. But while installing C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat B it is giving problem. Please give me any solution. I am installing thease instances to tomcat clustering and load balancing using Apache HTTPD.

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guruprasadurs jatthan wrote:Tomcat B it is giving problem. Please give me any solution



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There are plenty of resources online about this installation. For example http://builddeploy.blogspot.com/2010/05/setup-multiple-instances-of-tomcat-on.html
 
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