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I found it. Solution for help someone in the future: The problem is MySQL since idk what version opens antoher tcp listener for Plugin X. Has to bind it locally too.


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Choose the VM option. Be sure you have a fast SSD and enough RAM for all services. 2 VM's should do the trick. Use all cores for VM's and dynamic memory.


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Unless your server applications are very latency or throughput sensitive, there's no significant loss of performance on modern hardware. Since you don't tailor a server system to run at 100% capacity but leave (considerable) reserves for future growth, there isn't really too much to think about. If you do need to think about it, calculate 1-5% overhead.


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I found free app for Windows 10 which doing that It's called SingleInstance. More details you can find in article: https://www.addictivetips.com/windows-tips/disable-multiple-instances-of-an-app-on-windows-10/ Credits to: https://www.dcmembers.com/skrommel/download/singleinstance/


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You should fix your .service file for several log files. Variables should be with braces {}. Like this: ExecStart=/usr/bin/php /home/myself/test_systemd.php ${ARGS} StandardOutput=file:/var/log/test-multiple-systemd-${ARGS}.log


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