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From "L. J." <>
Subject Re: running multiple instances of continuum on one machine
Date Thu, 31 Aug 2006 17:33:10 GMT
Yes, it is possible, we run 3 instances of Continuum on one AIX machine
using different ports

On 8/31/06, Feniks Nator <> wrote:
> Hey,
> I'm wondering if it is possible to run multiple instances of Continuum on
> the same machine? We have a lot of projects (each possibly having one or
> more modules), and this results in a long list of modules/projects. As far
> as I know it's not (yet?) possible to filter the last based on name or
> group.
> So I was thinking about running a second instance of continuum listening
> on
> another port.
> What would be the best way to do this? We run on windows, continuum
> installed as a service.
> Duplicate the whole continuum installation and change the config in that
> location to run on another port? Consequence of this is that the existing
> users are lost.
> Another solution is creating a second wrapper.config file. But I'm not
> sure
> what will be the result. MAybe we'll encounter threading/concurrency
> issues.
> Anyone already tried this out?
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks

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