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Good Morning,
is there any WAR or other file /way to show all settings that the Tomcat use?
Like: HeapSize and everthing?

I need a overview of all settings that are right depolyed because I'm note sure that the Server used the right settings I have written in the config files.

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You can check some basic details through JMX and jconsole.
http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-7.0-doc/monitoring.html

> Like: HeapSize and everthing?

Don't expect too much, but basic information is there. Not everything, no.
 
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