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# tomcat-instance
Install a Tomcat Instance with an independent Unix user and use of systemd user instance.
## Available variables
**tomcat_instance_name **: Name of Tomcat instance and proprietary user and group (***required***)
**tomcat_instance_root:** Root dir for Tomcat instance (default: /srv/tomcat)
**tomcat_instance_port**: HTTP port for Tomcat instance and uid/gid for Tomcat user and group (default: 8080)
**tomcat_instance_shutdown**: Port for Tomcat shutdown (default: HTTP port + 1)
**tomcat_instance_ram**: Max memory for Tomcat instance (default: 512)
**tomcat_instance_mps**: Max memory for internal objects of Tomcat instance (default: ram / 2)
**tomcat_instance_mail**: Mail adresse for sending mail on shutdown instance (default to Unix user)
**tomcat_instance_deploy_user**: Unix user who have sudo right with no password for application deployement
## Exemple of role usage
- hosts: hostname
become: yes
- tomcat_instance_mail: ''
- tomcat_instance_deploy_user: 'deploy'
- { role: tomcat-instance, tomcat_instance_name: 'instance1', tomcat_instance_port: 8888, tomcat_instance_ram: 2048 }
## Configuration of your Tomcat instance
Once you instance was installed, you can managed it with members of Tomcat instance group, deploy_user or directly by Tomcat instance owner.
### Environnment config of Tomcat instance
The ~/conf/env file was sourced by systemd Tomcat service, you must define your environnment variables in this file, default value was :
JAVA_OPTS="-server -Xmx512m -Xms512m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m -XX:+UseParNewGC -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -XX:+CMSPermGenSweepingEnabled -XX:+CMSClassUnloadingEnabled -Xverify:none"
### Usage of systemd Tomcat service
You must use systemctl --user with Tomcat user by **su - username** or prefix command by **sudo -iu username** ;
systemctl --user start tomcat
systemctl --user stop tomcat
systemctl --user status tomcat
systemctl --user restart tomcat
systemctl --user enable tomcat
systemctl --user disable tomcat
Alias scripts was availables in ~/bin/ for easier use if you are in Tomcat instance group or if you are deploy_user .