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Invalid command 'JkIPRestrictionFile'

New Here ,
Aug 30, 2016 Aug 30, 2016

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RedHat 7.2

httpd-2.4.6-40.el7_2.4.x86_64

ColdFusion 11 (64-bit)

After installing hotfix 8, apache is not starting:

Aug 30 16:08:27 web5vm httpd[2843]: AH00526: Syntax error on line 6 of /etc/httpd/conf/mod_jk.conf:

Aug 30 16:08:27 web5vm httpd[2843]: Invalid command 'JKIPRestrictionFile', perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration

Anyone experiencing this issue?

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Adobe Employee , Aug 31, 2016 Aug 31, 2016

Hi Su,

Have you tried recreating the connectors after installing the update? We have removed the IPRestrictions file in CF11 Update 3 and above. It must be defined in the Apache Web Server end in case your environment requires its use, but not on the ColdFusion end. I would suggest you to try recreating the connectors and see if this helps.

Thanks,

Vikram

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Aug 31, 2016 Aug 31, 2016

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Hi Su,

Have you tried recreating the connectors after installing the update? We have removed the IPRestrictions file in CF11 Update 3 and above. It must be defined in the Apache Web Server end in case your environment requires its use, but not on the ColdFusion end. I would suggest you to try recreating the connectors and see if this helps.

Thanks,

Vikram

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New Here ,
Sep 01, 2016 Sep 01, 2016

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That worked great, Thank you.

This is how I recreated apache connection, let me know if there's anything I missed?

1. Backup mod_jk.conf file and /opt/coldfusion11/config/wsconfig/ directory

2. Remove mod_jk.conf file and /opt/coldfusion11/config/wsconfig/ directory

3. Run wsconfig, here is the specific command I used:

/opt/coldfusion11/cfusion/runtime/bin/wsconfig -ws Apache -dir /etc/httpd/conf/ -cfide /opt/coldfusion11/cfusion/wwwroot/CFIDE/ -bin /usr/sbin/httpd -script /usr/sbin/apachectl

4. Additionally, had to change the file context for mod_jk.log file for selinux to allow access

chcon -v --reference=/var/log/httpd/access_log /opt/coldfusion11/config/wsconfig/1/mod_jk.log

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Hi Su,

It looks good to me.

Thanks,

Vikram

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