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Thread: Moving ServletExec/AS 6.0 web server adapter to a new host...
Created on: 05/02/12 02:13 PM Replies: 3
slevesque


Joined: 03/14/08
Posts: 3
Moving ServletExec/AS 6.0 web server adapter to a new host...
05/02/12 2:13 PM

We have a ServletExec/AS 6.0 instance that has been running fine for several years with no intervention necessary. (Thanks for that, by the way!)

The front-end web server adapter is running on a 32-bit RedHat EL5 instance (2.6.18-274.el5) with Apache 2.2.8 and Java 1.5.0-15. This server is old enough that we need to replace it, so we need to move the web server adapter to a different host.

The new server is a 64-bit RedHat EL6 server (2.6.32-220.2.1.el6.x86_64) with Apache 2.2.15 and Java 1.5.0x.

Will we need to recompile and rebuild the web server adapter, or should this work if we just copy the files and configurations from the old file to the new server?

Thanks for any advice you can offer on this!

Sean
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paulbonfanti


Joined: 10/04/07
Posts: 451
RE: Moving ServletExec/AS 6.0 web server adapter to a new host...
05/04/12 10:05 AM

You'll need to recompile and rebuild the web server adapter so you'll have a 64-bit version of it instead of a 32-bit version. Note that the ServletExec installer will build the adapter for you.
Paul Bonfanti, New Atlanta
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slevesque


Joined: 03/14/08
Posts: 3
RE: Moving ServletExec/AS 6.0 web server adapter to a new host...
05/04/12 12:02 PM

Thank you Paul.

I don't believe we still have a copy of the installation kit used to build this adapter instance. If we download the trial installer currently shown on your website and only use it to build a new web adapter module, would it have the "3 concurrent client requests" limitation of trial software, or do you think it would work properly for us? Is the limit a function of the server, or the web adapter (or both)?

If not, who might i talk to about looking up our original order information and getting a new copy of the software originally purchased?
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paulbonfanti


Joined: 10/04/07
Posts: 451
RE: Moving ServletExec/AS 6.0 web server adapter to a new host...
05/04/12 12:09 PM

Yes it would have that limit. You would just need to enter your license key on the ServletExec admin pages to remove this limitation. You should be able to find your license key in the servletexec.xml file between the <serial></serial> tags. If not then just contact sales@newatlanta.com for your license key.
Paul Bonfanti, New Atlanta
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