Java servlet engine and webserver
Jetty is an Open Source HTTP Servlet Server written in 100% Java.
It is designed to be light weight, high performance, embeddable,
extensible and flexible, thus making it an ideal platform for serving
dynamic HTTP requests from any Java application.
This directory is scanned by the ContextDeployer instance
configured by the standard $JETTY_HOME/etc/jetty.xml configuration.
It should contain XmlConfiguration files that describe individual
contexts to be deployed to the server. This directory is scanned
for additions, removals and updates for hot deployment.
Frequenty the context configuration files here will reference
war files or directo
jetty for Debian
This debian package installs Jetty 6 into /usr/share/jetty
and other directories under /var and /etc, which are linked to
from the /usr/share/jetty directory.
The configuration of the server is in /etc/jetty. The configuration
files listed in /etc/jetty/jetty.conf are passed to the command
line of Jetty when it is started by /etc/init.d/jetty
Webapps can be dep
This is the Jetty 6 HTTP server and servlet container.
For more information about Jetty, please see the Jetty wiki:
bin utility scripts and executables
contexts Deployment directory for context descriptors
contrib Source modules for optional jetty packages in the jetty-con
This directory is scanned at startup by the WebAppDeployer
configured in the standard $JETTY_HOME/e
jetty (6.1.21-1) unstable; urgency=medium
Stopped using /tmp/jetty-temp in /etc/init.d/jetty fo
jetty (6.1.26-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
- Fixes issues with loading ja
Jetty-6.1.26 10 November 2010
+ JETTY-748 Prevent race close of socket by old acceptor threads
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