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    How to Properly Restart Apache and Tomcat

    • Article Type: General
    • Product: Voyager
    • Product Version: 8.2.0

     

    Desired Outcome Goal:

    To properly stop and start Apache and Tomcat

    Procedure:

    1. stop Tomcat: as the voyager user:

    For Voyager 8.0 and higher: /m1/voyager/xxxdb/tomcat/tsvrctl stop
    For Voyager 7.x:
    cd /m1/voyager/xxxdb/tomcat
    ./vwebv/tsvrctl stop
    ./vxws/tsvrctl stop

    (if any additional tomcat processes are running - vpds, vprimo - stop each of those prior to stopping vxws)

    1. 2. stop Apache (as the root user, /etc/init.d/httpd2 stop)
    2. 3. start Apache (as the root user, /etc/init.d/httpd2 start)
    3. 4. start Tomcat: as the voyager user:

    For Voyager 8.0 and higher: /m1/voyager/xxxdb/tomcat/tsvrctl start
    For Voyager 7.x:
    cd /m1/voyager/xxxdb/tomcat
    ./vxws/tsvrctl start
    ./vwebv/tsvrctl start

    (if you run any additional tomcat processes - vpds, vprimo - start vxws before starting each of these)

    Additional Information

    If restart of Tomcat only needed, can also use UTIL menu for Voyager 8.1.0 and higher:

    1. dlib xxxdb
    2. util
    3. W. WebVoyage Utilities
    4. T. Restart tomcat services for xxxdb

    Category: Apache


    • Article last edited: 12/18/2015
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