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How to check which version is on my server?

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Hy, is there some mean by which I can deternine if CF9 version 32k or 64k is installed on my server?

I tried evrything in the Asministrator with no avail.

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How to check which version is on my server?

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Hy, is there some mean by which I can deternine if CF9 version 32k or 64k is installed on my server?

I tried evrything in the Asministrator with no avail.

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You can use the server scope to find out your CF version information as shown here:

Ask Ben: Checking The ColdFusion Version

You'll need a complete list of CF version numbers to make sense of it, I think, and I'm not sure if those include whether you're using a 32- or 64-bit version of CF. For that, you'd have to check the application pool used by the server. Here's a list of CF 9 version numbers:

http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:4WueR4aBWkoJ:www.carehart.org/blog/client/index...

And, here's some information about using IIS properties to identify the bit-ness of a pool:

How to Programmatically tell if an IIS AppPool is 32-bit or 64-bit - Scott Hanselman

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Thanks,

I finally got the answer here :

http://vinynigam.blogspot.ca/2013/02/coldfusion-icebreaker-8-coldfusion-32.htmlhttp://

Open the install log (Adobe_ColdFusion_X_xxxxx(optional for

9)_InstallLog.log.

It will contain the following

information:

-java.version :  This is the version of the Java used in the

installer.Might not necessarily match your system's java

version

-java.vm.name : Observe this carefully .If its a 64bit install ,this

value will mention 64 Eg: Java
HotSpot(TM) 64-
Bit
Server VM
' .If its a
32 bit install there wont be any such mention Eg:
Java
HotSpot(TM) Server VM
'

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And if someone may find that log missing/deleted, note that you could also just look at the "Settings Summary" page of the CF Admin (or the "System information" page, reached via the "i" icon in the top right of the Admin), to see what it shows for the same "hotspot" version string.

/Charlie (server troubleshooter, carehart.org)

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