I have been having a lot of issues with Tomcat (Mainly being so resource intensive). What I wanted to know is there an easy way to move from Tomcat to Modresin. I have seen a lot of suggestions from people telling me that would be the best way to go.
I want the move to be as transparent to my users as possible, so I'm wondering what I can do to make sure that happens. Is there anything that I need to watch out for, or any kind of process I should follow?
I appreciate the help!
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if you use cpanel, you can deinstall tomcat first, then install resin. some problem may happen with deinstalling and installing, but they depend from system, so detailed how-to can't be a written.
i think you can't get transparent moving from tomcat to resin, because you will need no only solve each problem which may happen, but also change some setting on resin server configuration and also in virtual hosts configuration. may be also your user will need do change in their settings too. if you have many users which use java, moving from tomcat to resin may be a great problem.
unfortunaltey this is not ease process (like upgrade php for example).
may be someone here have a more success with this and can share his experience with you.
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