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Dec
19
comment Getting .NET Intergation Services working on Second Instance of ColdFusion 10
Can't you just run the standalone installer again but choose the other instance's directory?
Apr
30
comment What is the correct way to configure Apache and Tomcat such that Apache serves HTML over port 80, and Tomcat serves ColdFusion/Railo over port 80?
See the Railo installation documentation here - Configuring Apache with Tomcat.
Apr
18
comment IIS7.5 - Hosting ASP.NET MVC app and ColdFusion app under one domain
I'm not sure that I understand your question. Your ASP.NET files will have an ".asp" extension and your ColdFusion files will have a ".cfm" extension. IIS will call the appropriate handler for you without any special setup (that is normal functionality). If you do not want to specify the file name in the url then the default document setting will take over. Again, IIS will handle this for you. One file name will have precedence over the other, either default.asp or default.cfm, depending on how you set it up in IIS. So what is not working for you?
Apr
2
comment Coldfusion Mail Service Stuck, Spool Folder Growing
Do you mean the ColdFusion server monitor? Be careful with that. I have not used it in years but from what I remember it was VERY heavy. It might slow your production server down. Maybe they have made it better in the newer versions. Let me know how it goes.
Apr
2
comment Coldfusion Mail Service Stuck, Spool Folder Growing
It depends on the java platform you are using (Sun, IBM, etc) but here is a good reference: talkingtree.com/blog/index.cfm/2010/9/9/…
Apr
2
comment Coldfusion Mail Service Stuck, Spool Folder Growing
Interesting. (By the way, I have just been dealing with that specific GC issue myself.) I assume you are caching your mail server connection. By doing so, information is being stored in memory. I can't even pretend to say I completely understand how Java uses it's memory allocation and the garbage collection process. I guess you can keep monitoring and see if you get that GC error every time this happens. You can easily get passed that particular GC error if you can give more memory to the Java server. What are your JVM settings now and how much memory does your server have?
Apr
1
comment Coldfusion Mail Service Stuck, Spool Folder Growing
Please report back after the next failure. I'm curious if the debug log setting gives you any useful information.
Apr
1
comment Coldfusion Mail Service Stuck, Spool Folder Growing
Did you see this other post? stackoverflow.com/questions/94932/…
Apr
1
comment Coldfusion Mail Service Stuck, Spool Folder Growing
Have you noticed anything common about the mail files that get stuck? Are they small or large in size? Are they to particular addresses? Is your server processing a lot of email? Does any mail go through while this is happening or is ALL mail suspended? Do you have multiple ColdFusion instances on the server or just one? If more than one, do they all point to the same SMTP server? Do they all experience this? At the same time? Sorry, lots of questions and no answers. Just trying to gather more information.
Apr
1
comment Coldfusion Mail Service Stuck, Spool Folder Growing
Am I understanding your issue correctly; the mail files are not being moved to the Undelivr folder, they are stuck in the Spool folder? I'm not really sure how useful the error logging I described above is. I was hoping your setting was off. At the information level you should be getting any errors. Maybe debug will give you something. Could your ColdFusion server be losing it's connection to the mail server?
Mar
14
comment Tomcat/CF10/IIS7.5 Connector Tuning Help (503 Errors)
See this Microsoft support page on how to use the Microsoft Debug Diagnostics tool for errors such as these. We had to use it once and was pretty impressive on pin pointing our issue. (Not related to this.) It will show you what is happening when the service fails.
Mar
14
comment ColdFusion won't start after applying the 9.0.1 update How do I roll it back?
What ColdFusion update are you talking about - specifically? The update page at Adobe usually mentions the rollback steps. Just navigate to the update page at Adobe and follow those steps.
Jan
28
comment ASP.Net 4.5 and Windows server 2012
Yep I found references to that as well. Didn't realize you cannot run it on Windows 2012. Is that your version of .NET? Are you able to run the .NET framework repair? See the answer to the post here. I assume you could not get CF9 to work as it appears you are now trying CF10. Sorry you're having all of these issues.
Jan
28
comment ASP.Net 4.5 and Windows server 2012
I believe you can safely modify your application pool by changing the .NET Framework Version to No Managed Code if your web sites do not require .NET
Jan
28
comment Setting up Coldfusion 9 on Windows Server 2012 with IIS8
Link to new question serverfault.com/questions/473075/…
Jan
24
comment Setting up Coldfusion 9 on Windows Server 2012 with IIS8
I will add some more links to the answer regarding how to configure IIS manually. Even Adobe has a document about it.
Jan
24
comment Setting up Coldfusion 9 on Windows Server 2012 with IIS8
Have you tried running the web server configuration tool in Windows 7 Compatibility Mode? I found a couple of articles where that worked for people. You could also attempt to configure the websites manually. Here is an article that explains that process. There are more examples of that if you do some searching.
Jan
24
comment Setting up Coldfusion 9 on Windows Server 2012 with IIS8
Are you still getting the 404.3 error? Everything I found on that pointed to enabling the ISAPI options. If you had to that on yours you would need to run the web server configuration tool again after doing so. Are ColdFusion pages being processed? If you put a simple index.cfm page in your web root does it get processed?
Nov
30
comment Some Pages in ColdFusion Administrator Work and Some Don't (cf9)
As far as checking the hotfixes on each server there is no easy way that I know of. However, you can compare from the System Information page of the ColdFusion administrator on each. Compare the version number, update level, and the class paths from that page. Also under the Caching section of the admin, what settings do you have for Trusted cache and Save class files? You could also delete any saved class files in the {war-root}\WEB-INF\cfclasses directory. Restart ColdFusion after doing so and see if that helps.