leandro_salvador wrote:Hi Guys!!!
I would like to run 2 JForum's instances at the same Tomcat's context...
I suppose that the only differences between different JForums would be the database and the file WEB-INF\config\jforum-custom.conf, am I right?
I would like to do it because my provider charges about US$10 per new Tomcat context... but (I think) almost all the files under JForum could be shared between infinite JForum's instances, just changing the database target and one or two configuration files, don't you agree?
Tips and ideas would be very welcomed!!!
leandro_salvador wrote:Hi GatorBait3!!!
But don't you think that in fact, the only affected physical files are the database and WEB-INF\config\jforum-custom.conf?
Don't run all the rest on virtual memory?
I accept your considerations, it makes sense... but I don't see what happens behind the JForum engine (or would be Tomcat?) that don't allow 2 instances simultaneously... just sharing my persistent doubts... ;)
leandro_salvador wrote:You have sense of humor
leandro_salvador wrote:Well, I think it's because Tomcat runs under Apache... but I'm not sure...
leandro_salvador wrote:Anyway, if each app piece had its own config file, with the sendRedirect from JSP would be possible to diferenciate which config file to load basing on the hitted URL :lol:
leandro_salvador wrote:My last one hope would be, in some specific part of JForum lines, to insert an IF-ELSE to select the configuration file depending of the URL... but I already understood that it's not conventional and would be virtually impossible...
leandro_salvador wrote:So, TKS a lot for your attention Bud!!! This altruism around the free software community charms me