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./server.sh - Tomcat Multi-Instance Run Shell Script (server.sh) Based on Springsource for init.d
#! /bin/sh
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# Multi-instance Apache Tomcat installation with a focus
# on best-practices as defined by Apache, SpringSource, and MuleSoft
# and enterprise use with large-scale deployments.
# Credits:
# Google -> Couldn't survive without it
# Stackoverflow.com -> Community support
# SpringSource -> Specifically best-practices and seminars (Expert Series)
# Based On:
# http://www.springsource.com/files/uploads/tomcat/tomcatx-performance-tuning.pdf
# http://www.springsource.com/files/u1/PerformanceTuningApacheTomcat-Part2.pdf
# http://www.springsource.com/files/uploads/tomcat/tomcatx-large-scale-deployments.pdf
# Created By: Terrance A. Snyder
# URL: http://www.terranceasnyder.com, http://shutupandcode.net
# Best Practice Documentation:
# http://terranceasnyder.com/2011/05/tomcat-best-practices/
# Looking for the latest version?
# github @ https://github.com/terrancesnyder
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# DESCRIPTION
# Handles the automatic startup/shutdown of any tomcat instance within the tomcat
# folder. an instance is based on convention that a folder that hosts the specified
# instance is named the same as the port number wanted.
# ==================================================================
ACTION="$1"
if [ -z "$1" ]; then
echo "usage: server.sh [start|stop]"
exit 0
fi
# directory
SCRIPT=$(readlink -f $0)
DIRECTORY=`dirname $SCRIPT`
# grab all directories that look like port numbers
ports=$(ls -p $DIRECTORY | awk -F'[_/]' '/^[0-9]/ {print $1}')
# issue action against those ports
for port in $ports
do
$DIRECTORY/run.sh $port "$ACTION" > /dev/null 2>&1
done
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