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How can I know that Crowd and Jira are in a same tomcat Container?

I installed Crowd and JIRA on the same server. I followed strictly the instructions to install both of them
https://confluence.atlassian.com/crowd/installing-crowd-and-crowdid-191862.html
https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver071/installing-jira-applications-on-linux-802592173.html
but how I can know that they are running in different tomcat containers?
I'm not an expert in Tomcat and it's pretty confusing for me:
https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira064/deploying-multiple-atlassian-applications-in-a-single-tomcat-container-720411824.html

 

Thank you. 

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RVal Rising Star Feb 07, 2017

If you followed instructions to install Crowd, JIRA then you most likely have them in separate tomcat containers. By default installation for both of them install tomcat + application. They listen on different ports. Crowd listens on port 8095 while JIRA listens on port 8080 by default. If you are running both of them on linux you can check how many tomcat processes you have running

ps -aux |grep catalina

They listen on different ports as you said and I got 2 different processes.

It's a new installation, I didn't want to make a big mistake right in the beginning. 

Thank you very much !!!

RVal Rising Star Feb 08, 2017

Be aware though they will still compete for resources like CPU and memory on the same host. So if you expect a significant load you may consider having dedicated host for each. Another thing is database. Not sure if you using database on the same or different host but that potentially it can be another resource sharing bottle neck.

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