At the moment there is no direct way in
the shell scripts to select the port number with sfStart or sfPing. But there
are some solutions:
1. set an environment variable with this
attribute/value “export org.smartfrog.sfcore.processcompound.sfRootLocatorPort=3800”
Where you will need to modify 3800 with your port of choice.
2. Modify default.ini with a different
3. Modify the scripts to do 1 using a
special switch (ex –port)
In any case, because we found that this
could be useful we will provide a permanent solution for this soon. To follow
the progress of this check:
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Robinson, Gary
Sent: 20 August 2007 17:02
Specifiy port in command line?
can I specifiy sfStart/sfPing to look for a daemon on a different port to 3800?
The normal notation ( ie 127.0.0.1:1111 ) throws out a ParserException.
Also, how can I get sfDaemon to run on a different port?
intention is to have ports forwarded to certain ip addresses for different
virtual machines. In reality the daemons should all be running on 3800 on
different virtual machines.