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Hans Omli
02/26/2007 02:39 PM

Can someone confirm whether ColdFusion 7.0.2 is supported on the x86_64 build of RHEL4 so long as the JVM is 32 bit?  (I'm running the i586 build of Sun JDK 1.4.2_13, for example.)

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Matthew Geier
02/26/2007 02:48 PM

Hans Omli wrote: > Can someone confirm whether ColdFusion 7.0.2 is supported on the x86_64 build of RHEL4 so long as the JVM is 32 bit?  (I'm running the i586 build of Sun JDK 1.4.2_13, for example.) It works, I'm running it on RHEL x86_64. You will have to manually compile the jrun connector. As for if it's actually supported as opposed to 'it works', I can't remember. I seem to recall it isn't. The 32bit emulation isn't perfect, I have another java based application (that needs a different jvm from the jrun one) that has a cpu usage problem on 64bit systems that it doesn't on 32bit (it's spinning on a 'getpid' for a pid that doesn't exist), but the vendor won't even acknowledge the issue as they only supoport 32bit hosts.

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Hans Omli
02/28/2007 04:44 PM

> It works, I'm running it on RHEL x86_64. You will have to manually > compile the jrun connector. Can you confirm you aren't seeing permission denied errors for jrunserver.store in your Apache error logs?

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Ken Smith
02/26/2007 02:54 PM

It is not officially supported.  It is expected to work and generally does.  I have run CFMX702 on several x86_64 distros without a problem. These included CentOS 4.4, Mandriva2007 and Suse 10. Unsupported means the problem must occur on a supported platform to for development to look at a fix. If you make no changes other than to point back to the coldfusionmx7\runtime\jre directory for your java_home, does cfmx run? Regards, Ken Smith Sr. Server Product Support Engineer Certified ColdFusionMX7 Developer Adobe Systems kensmith@adobe.com Can someone confirm whether ColdFusion 7.0.2 is supported on the x86_64 build of RHEL4 so long as the JVM is 32 bit?  (I'm running the i586 build of Sun JDK 1.4.2_13, for example.)

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Hans Omli
02/28/2007 12:21 AM

This technote *seems* to imply RHEL4 x86_64 with JDK1.4.2_11 would be officially supported... unless "supported operating systems" doesn't include the x86_64 build of RHEL4, which isn't entirely clear from the system requirements. "ColdFusion MX 7 is supported with a supported 32-bit Java VM running on supported operating systems on 64-bit hardware." http://www.adobe.com/go/8be22ed6

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Matthew Geier
02/28/2007 12:27 AM

Hans Omli wrote: > "ColdFusion MX 7 is supported with a supported 32-bit Java VM running on supported operating systems on 64-bit hardware."   Generally that actually means running a 32bit OS on 64bit capable hardware. Don't know in this specific instance.

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Hans Omli
02/28/2007 04:41 PM

> Generally that actually means running a 32bit OS on 64bit capable > hardware. Don't know in this specific instance. Hmm, I wonder if I can run CF in a 32bit Xen domain then.

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Matthew Geier
02/28/2007 05:17 PM

Hans Omli wrote: >> Generally that actually means running a 32bit OS on 64bit capable >> hardware. Don't know in this specific instance. > > Hmm, I wonder if I can run CF in a 32bit Xen domain then.   Probably not a 'supported platform'. Seems Redhat doesn't consider the latest VMWare a supported platform. It works, but they won't support it.   Virtualization is another 'can-o-worms'.

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Hans Omli
03/23/2007 01:08 AM

>> Generally that actually means running a 32bit OS on 64bit capable >> hardware. Don't know in this specific instance. FYI, Steven Erat confirms official support for RHEL4 x86_64 in the comments of this blog post: http://www.talkingtree.com/blog/index.cfm/2006/10/11/ColdFusion-MX-7-support-for-64bit-platforms

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Hans Omli
03/28/2007 04:38 PM

> >> Generally that actually means running a 32bit OS on 64bit capable ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more ----- cfm/2006/10/11/ColdFusion-MX-7-support-for-64bit-platforms Or maybe not. I just got off the phone with a support tech that stated a 64bit OS with 32bit JVM is strictly Solaris at this point.


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