This technote refers to v4.5 and earlier. It does NOT apply to the latest edition of FusionReactor
The first stage is to prepare yourself by understanding your installation. A typical FusionReactor installation consists of 4 main components:
For a default, 32-bit, single-instance ColdFusion installation on Windows these would typically be:
These may be different depending on your system and the installation options chosen. Defaults for other platforms can be found in the FusionReactor installation guide ( http://www.fusion-reactor.com/fr/helpdocs/installation_guide.pdf ).
Backup your entire FusionReactor installation directory. This directory contains the configuration for all of your instances.
At this point you can now go-ahead and upgrade ColdFusion as you would without FusionReactor installed.
Continue only when the upgrade is completed.
Depending on which version you are moving from and to different elements of the FusionReactor installation may be over-written/changed. The best procedure is to verify all the elements:
After verifying these elements (and restarting the instance if any changes needed to be made) your ColdFusion instance should be upgraded and FusionReactor still enabled.
Many customers find it easier to un-install FusionReactor prior to upgrading and then re-install FusionReactor afterwards. This is possible but depending on your system, you are very likely to:
If you must un-install & re-install, please remember to backup your configuration files first and restore them afterwards.
|Last Updated:||30/Jul/13 1:14 PM|
|Affects Version:||3.0, 3.0.1, 3.5, 4.0.0, 4.5.0|
|Fixed Version:||3.5, 4.0.0, 4.5.0|
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