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jira and tomcat port ?

Balamurugan T Oct 22, 2013

i need to know wether jira and tomcat need to be run on same port id (ex for jira 8080 and tomcat 8080 ) . Is it possible to run both application on same port . But when i do this it rediret to tomcat page .

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Hi,

You can use jira war installation.

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Nic Brough [Adaptavist] Community Leader Oct 22, 2013

You can only run one service per port, so if Tomcat is on port 8080, then nothing else can be.

Jira runs inside Tomcat as an application, so if Tomcat is on port 8080, you can tell Tomcat to serve it up under port 8080.

What you can't do is have two Tomcats listening to port 8080.

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