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Problem :

I have written a spring batch application using the Spring boot and when I tried to run it on linux server facing following exception
unable to start servletwebserverapplicationcontext due to missing servletwebserverfactory bean
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Solution :

I had also encountered the similar issue in the past.
I found below solution on it.
I explicitly tried to set the below property 
to none in the application.yml file as follows
    web-application-type: none
It solved my problem.
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