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|Note: This page is wrong. The Toolserver still uses Tomcat. It does not use GlassFish.|
Java hosting is available for wolfsbane users. We use GlassFish v2 (aka Sun Java System Application Server 9.1). You need to file a request on JIRA to be added to the 'tomcat' group before you can use the appserver.
Place your applications in /opt/glassfish/domains/hemlock/autodeploy and they will be deployed automatically. The server log file is at /opt/glassfish/domains/hemlock/logs/server.log. You can test them at http://tools.wikimedia.de:4880/appname/; when your application is ready for users, file a JIRA request to get a reverse-proxy entry added.