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From Bram Pouwelse <b...@pouwelse.com>
Subject Re: How to run ace server on an alternative port
Date Tue, 14 May 2013 05:13:17 GMT
Thanks, it works!



2013/5/13 Bram de Kruijff <bdekruijff@gmail.com>

> note: faked reply.. seems I wasn't subscribed to users yet ;)
>
> > Bram Pouwelse wrote:
> > I'm using the new "server-allinone.jar" package from the trunk, is it
> > possible to run on ace on an alternative port number? ( with the "old"
> dev
> > server this configuration was possible in the platform.properties file).
> >
> > I've tried updating the"org.apache.felix.http" properties which makes ace
> > run on another port but I'm not able to login anymore.
>
> the short story...
>
> $ java -Dorg.apache.ace.server.port=9090
> -Dorg.osgi.service.http.port=9090 -jar server-allinone.jar
>
> or
>
> $ jar xf server-allinone.jar launcher.properties
> $ sed -i -e s/8080/9090/ launcher.properties
> $ java -Dlauncher.properties=launcher.properties server-allinone.jar
>
> the long story..
>
> The binary distribution jars are create based on the bndrun
> definition. In this case
> run-server-allinone/run-server-allinone.bndrun. Bndpackage stores the
> runproperties in this definition in a the file launcher.properties.
> These are used to launch the framework and can be overridden in one of
> the ways shown above.
>
> The sneaky thing is the 'org.apache.ace.server.port' which is used as
> a system property throughout different config files and is not
> configurable through CM. I guess this is convenience for development,
> but this why you attempt to simply config the http port failed.
>
> So maybe the most elegant thing to do is to use your approach
> specifying a "org.apache.felix.http" where port is set to
> "${org.apache.ace.server.port}" and then run "java
> -Dorg.apache.ace.server.port=9090 -jar server-allinone.jar"
>
> All in all I guess we could suply this out of the box.
>
> Hope this helps,
>
> grz
> Bram
>
>
>
>
>
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Bram
>

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