For security purposes, Tomcat should be run as an unprivileged user (i.e. We will create a new user and group that will run the Tomcat service.), or registry entries (on Windows) or the JRE is specified during installation (Tomcat is installed as a service).Sometimes we need to change the default JRE for Tomcat, either for testing purposes or to run Tomcat under a targeted version of JRE.

updating tomcat-71

We had that issue when we try changing names on our DEV environment. This test has been done long time ago on v8so check with your account manager first and get the recommended steps from them. In our case we backed up our production database and restored it to a new (test) server, so we would have some data to work with. Of course the certs and everything came with it, so that's why I'm looking at this. I've hit the same problem mentioned in this post. I restored the My SQL database and now I'd like to reset the internal CA.

So I have just finished moving my JSS and distribution points from OS X to Ubuntu servers.

I also used this opportunity to move from 8.71 to 9.1 and then 9.11. Generate a certificate from the JSS's built-in CA Once that's done, restart Tomcat to have it to load the certificate.

I see there's some documentation for updating the 8.5.x branch here, missing some context.

I have a fairly simple install/application, and wonder what the conventional wisdom is how to perform the update. Then, is there a set of directories I should just replace to perform the update? Then do I just restart Tomcat to finalize the update?

If you are using Tomcat inside Eclipse IDE, changing the JRE version for Tomcat is also pretty easy.

I installed 8.5.9months ago, and would like to upgrade to the latest 8.5.15.

Any advice much appreciated (the more specific the better).

Thanks in advance, Gerry I assume I need to shutdown Tomcat.

Specifically I was concerned about the fact that the cert. because I was getting fairly annoyed at this point...