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How to Connection CF10 to Apache on Separate Solaris box

Explorer ,
Jun 09, 2014

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Hi,

We have two separate box, one is for Web Server ( Apache 2.2.24 ) and another one is Application Server ( CF10 ). Is it possible to connect them.

If possible, please share some document url regarding that.

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How to Connection CF10 to Apache on Separate Solaris box

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Hi,

We have two separate box, one is for Web Server ( Apache 2.2.24 ) and another one is Application Server ( CF10 ). Is it possible to connect them.

If possible, please share some document url regarding that.

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Hi,

Steps of distributing environment is same as creating connector manually on the same box, only difference is when you work on distributed environment you need to add the IP address of your ColdFusion server machine to the Apache machine.

You have to create the same directory structure in the Apache machine, where you can put all the connector files. it's like /opt/ColdFusion10/config/wsconfig/Magic_Number

Here is the article for manual connector configuration with Apache.

ColdFusion10 Apache manual connector configuration

On Step number 4




Create workers.properties under {CF-HOME}\config\wsconfig\{magic-number} and copy the content below into it. Make sure that the port mentioned is same as connector port mentioned for protocol "AJP/1.3" in server.xml.worker.list=cfusion
worker.cfusion.type=ajp13
worker.cfusion.host=localhost ------------------ you need to add the IP address of your ColdFusion server.
worker.cfusion.port=8012
worker.cfusion.max_reuse_connections=250




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Priyank










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Priyank Shrivastava

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Explorer ,
Jun 10, 2014

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Thanks for your prompt Answer.

Let me try it and get back to you. And one more clarification as per ColdFusion matrix Apache 2.2.21 version is there. And we are using 2.2.24, for that is their any issue ??

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Adobe Employee ,
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Apache 2.2.24 will work, please let me know in case of any issue, I am documenting Distributed Environment with ColdFusion 10+Apache and will share the document here.

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Priyank

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