tomcat7's behaviour differs when started via init.d script instead of service

Asked by Julian Lemke on 2013-04-28

I have a tomcat7 installed via apt-get on Ubuntu Server 12.04.02. My webapp uses the java-based initialization without web.xml. When the server was started by service tomcat7 start or restart, the app is not loaded correctly because tomcat doesn't run/find the initializer classes. But when tomcat ist started by manually calling the init.d script e.g. /etc/init.d/tomcat7 restart, the app is deployed correctly. What can be the reason for that?

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Not sure, you could always add the command in /etc/rc.local to run the command which works, at boot.

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