> I wish to add some arguments to tomcat when it starts,
> for example, i wish to give -Xmx256M as argument to tomcat.
> How can i do this?


You could edit "/usr/local/etc/rc.d/[..]jakarta-tomcat50.sh" as follows to
make it use the tomcat start and stop scripts and then edit them or set
environment variables to use your custom jvm settings.

case "$1" in
start)
echo -n ' '
truncate -s 0 /var/run/tomcat50.pid
chown www:www /var/run/tomcat50.pid
chmod 600 /var/run/tomcat50.pid
su -f -m www -c "exec
/usr/local/jakarta-tomcat5.0/bin/startup.sh" >/dev/null && echo -n
'tomcat50'
# su -f -m www -c "exec /usr/local/bin/tomcat50ctl start"
>/dev/null && echo -n 'tomcat50'

;;
stop)
echo -n ' '
chown www:www /var/run/tomcat50.pid
chmod 600 /var/run/tomcat50.pid
su -f -m www -c "exec
/usr/local/jakarta-tomcat5.0/bin/shutdown.sh" >/dev/null 2>&1 ; echo -n
'tomcat50'
# su -f -m www -c "exec /usr/local/bin/tomcat50ctl stop"
>/dev/null 2>&1 ; echo -n 'tomcat50'

;;
*)
echo ""
echo "Usage: ${MYSELF} { start | stop }"
echo ""
exit 64
;;
esac

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