Installing Tomcat in Plesk 10.x and Plesk 11.x

Installing Tomcat on Linux server with Plesk is straight and easy. If you wish to run Java applications on your Linux server, you need to install Tomcat on your server. You will need the server’s root access to complete the installation. It is recommended to install Tomcat on a clean install of Plesk and CentOS server (without any third party repositories installed).

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Installing Tomcat in Plesk 10.x and Plesk 11.x

  1. Log in to Parallels Plesk Panel as admin.
  2. From the left menu, click Tools & Settings.
  3. In the Panel section, click Updates and Upgrades.
  4. Click Add Components.
  5. Click + next to Plesk hosting features.
  6. Select Tomcat Java Servlets support.
  7. Click Continue.
  8. If the installation is successful, a message stating “All products and components have been successfully installed and upgraded” displays.
  9. Close the installer window.
  10. After the installer restarts Plesk, log back in to the Plesk Panel as admin.

Starting Tomcat in Plesk 10.x and Plesk 11.x

  1. Log in to Parallels Plesk Panel as admin.
  2. From the left menu, click Tools & Settings.
  3. From the Server Management section, click Services Management.
  4. To the right of Server Management, click Play to start the Tomcat Server.

Enabling Tomcat for Subscriptions in Plesk 10.x and Plesk 11.x

  1. Log in to Parallels Plesk Panel as admin.
  2. From the left menu, click Subscriptions.
  3. Click the link for the subscription you need to use Tomcat on.
  4. Click Customize.
  5. Click Show more available resources.
  6. Select allow unlimited applications, or place a number in the field provided.
  7. Click Update & Lock.
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