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Upgrading to CF 9.0.2 from 9.0.1 struggles

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Sep 24, 2015 Sep 24, 2015

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A little background. Server is with hosting.com and is a VPS running

CF 9,0,1,274733 on JVM 1.6.0_14

Long story short I need to get to CF 9.0.2 running JVM 1.7 because of some new SHA-256 upgrades amazon made on their XML feeds etc.

Is there any way to get to 9.0.2 from 9.0.1 without an uninstall and reinstall?

Secondly I am considering leaving hosting.com all together because of their slow response times in the last year or so to my issues. Has anyone here tried the Amazon AWS hosting with CF 11? Any pitfalls to be away of? How does it perform? How is their support? any advice here would be great.

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Guide ,
Sep 24, 2015 Sep 24, 2015

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Hi Hedge,

CF9.0.2 is a fresh installer.

You can probably run CF9.0.1 on Java 7, not sure if that is officially supported platform. I guess since CF9 is Adobe end of life the care factor for officially supported platform is nil.

Note Java 7 is Oracle end of life.

HTH, Carl.

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Sep 25, 2015 Sep 25, 2015

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You are going to run into more issues than just that.  Adobe recently cleared all the reported CF9 bugs from the bugbase, so you'll have no way to read about any workarounds.

One of the other issues is the ColdFusion 9 SSL SAN bug... it "was" listed here, but Adobe made it disappear:
https://bugbase.adobe.com/index.cfm?event=bug&id=3566218

I recommend using CFX_HTTP5, if you use IIS. I am still using it ColdFusion 10/11 as it provides features not available in the Java CFHTTP tag.

http://gamesover2600.tumblr.com/post/118954401709/coldfusion-8-9-cfhttp-switch-to-cfxhttp5

http://adiabata.com/cfx_http5.cfm

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Thank you. I will check this out.

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