I have a Windows Server with JIRA and now I bought Confluence, Bitbucket Server and Crowd.
I've read some docs about the problem of having multiple JIRA apps on the same server, something about single Tomcat containers:
My question is:
I don't know much of Java and Java servers (.Net / IIS guy).
Until know JIRA was very easy to deploy, just install, point to database and it's running for some years.
Now I would like to use the same server to host this 3 more Atlassian apps, but since I'm not a Tomcat expert, I don't know what to do. I thought each Atlassian app was bundled with it's own Tomcat instance and that they ran on different processes.
Can someone please give me some help?
Yes, you can run them all on the same server. The issues you've discovered are all about running them all in the same container. Don't run them in the same Tomcat, keep them separate, and run four separate Tomcat processes independently. (It's actually a bit of a pain to get them all into one Tomcat nowadays too. Whereas just running four installations and then four processes is really easy)
I can confirm that the installation process is very straight forward and all applications run I a single Tomcat container by default when you keep a structure like this:
After harmonizing the %JAVA_HOME than it works like charm.
My issue is now currently the "Load issue"!
Do you have a suggestion which EC2 Instance I should use?
I'm currently running the suggested c3.xlarge instance!
Thank you in advance!
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