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Why do I need the server.xml file?

Newbie here....working on deploying Jira Service Management on a Linux VM in Azure. I understand the jira.varfile and that it passes the parameters during install but if I'm passing the TCP protocols in the varfile, why do I need the connectors in the server.xml file? Are they doing different things? Thanks!

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The server.xml file tells your Tomcat service how to run the services.  The TCP protocols are only one facet of what a Tomcat needs to know to be able to run stuff.

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