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run 10 jforums at once

 
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Is it possible to tun 10 jforum webapplications on the same java virtual machine.
I do not want to run 10 JVM for 10 clients.
Is jforum OK in such configuration or there would be a problem, such as:
the file net.jforum.util.preferences.SystemGlobals stores configuration parameters in
a static variable: private static SystemGlobals globals;
If I run 10 jforum instaneces, would they override each other?
[originally posted on jforum.net by Anonymous]
 
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If such global static variables is a problem, is it possible to move them to class net.jforum.JForum as instance variables. This way every JForum instance can potentially have its own config.
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You don't need 10 vms. All you need are 10 applications (aka, Contexts )

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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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