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ColdFusion 11 Developer - starting server on Mac Yosemite

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Dec 27, 2015

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Hi,

I just installed CF 11 Developer - on Mac Yosemite. I am not having trouble starting the server

MAIN GOAL: not to have server running all the time - just be able to manually start/stop the server when needed...

I went to  app>CF11>cfusion>bin >cf-standalone-startup  and double clicked

this brought up terminal - I entered main user pass then it said:

You must be the root user to configure the ColdFusion to start on System boot. Start ColdFusion as "sudo ./coldfusion start" to configure.

Once it has been configured, start ColdFusion as "./coldfusion start" to run ColdFusion as non-root user.

logout

Q: not sure how to do this part (not a command line guy) Can anyone help with how to proceed with this?

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ColdFusion 11 Developer - starting server on Mac Yosemite

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Hi,

I just installed CF 11 Developer - on Mac Yosemite. I am not having trouble starting the server

MAIN GOAL: not to have server running all the time - just be able to manually start/stop the server when needed...

I went to  app>CF11>cfusion>bin >cf-standalone-startup  and double clicked

this brought up terminal - I entered main user pass then it said:

You must be the root user to configure the ColdFusion to start on System boot. Start ColdFusion as "sudo ./coldfusion start" to configure.

Once it has been configured, start ColdFusion as "./coldfusion start" to run ColdFusion as non-root user.

logout

Q: not sure how to do this part (not a command line guy) Can anyone help with how to proceed with this?

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To configure ColdFusion to start on System boot

1. Navigate to bin

    yourComputerName:~ yourUserName$ cd /Applications/ColdFusion11/cfusion/bin/

2. Enter sudo ./coldfusion start

    yourComputerName:bin yourUserName$ sudo ./coldfusion start

3. Password

4. CF 11 installed

5. Enter ./coldfusion start

    yourComputerName:bin yourUserName$ ./coldfusion start

6. Server started

To start and stop server

Write 2 scripts (as below) and save each as an Application. Thereafter just click on either to start or stop the server i.e. start serverInstance.

tell application "Terminal"

    activate

    do script "/Applications/ColdFusion11/serverInstance/bin/coldfusion start"

end tell


do shell script "/Applications/ColdFusion11/serverInstance/bin/coldfusion stop"

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