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30th July 2013, 11:58 AM #1
Installing more than one instance of eportal on one server.
We are in need of installing a 4th instance of eportal and as we have run out of servers to install it on I was wondering if its possible to install more than one instance per server? I know IIS6/7/7.5 and Apache well enough.
I wish eportal was not an exe you kicked off. I like doing things manually some times, especially when it comes to web apps.
Anyone done this before?
Last edited by Dan_ATR; 30th July 2013 at 12:01 PM.
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31st July 2013, 10:39 AM #2
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Did this a long time ago. Had to duplicate the WAR files from memory. It did work ok, but we had two eportals on the same server connected to two different databases (federated school). I think it would be easier to add a VM.
31st July 2013, 10:44 AM #3
The problem is that our VM server is full and all the other servers cant have it on.
Just a correction to the first post, we actually have 2 current running eportals and we need a third.
I dont understand why we cant have all 3 running off the CMIS server tbh.
Do you want to give me a phone call and tell me how you did this? ill pm you my numbers.
Each eportal is to 3 diffrent installations of CMIS on the CMIS server with 3 diffrent databases.
Last edited by Dan_ATR; 31st July 2013 at 10:47 AM.
31st July 2013, 10:34 PM #4
Hi there. I used to work for Serco (now advanced) and can give you a bit of advice here - I did write a nice reply but had an issue with my edugeek account which would actually let me post it. If your current server is running two ePortals, then doing the manual update is more or less the same as adding a third, just with the registration of a service - or are you saying you have two servers, each running one eportal?
Either way you can put multiple ePortals on the same box but it's a bit of a pain, especially when it comes to updates. I'll PM you a proper reply tomorrow though.
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