FusionReactor System Requirements

Free Support is provided for installing on a supported environment with the current release version of FusionReactor

Operating Systems

Windows
Operating System Microsoft Windows Server 2016
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
Microsoft Windows Server 2012
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2
Microsoft Windows Server 2008
Microsoft Windows 10
Microsoft Windows 8
Microsoft Windows 7
64-BIT / 32-BIT Architecture
Linux
Operating System Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 + Above
openSuse Linux 10.2 – 12.2
SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 + Above
Debian Linux 3 + Above
Oracle Linux 6 + Above
CentOS 6 + Above
Ubuntu 11 + Above
Kubuntu 9 + Above
Fedora 15 + Above
64-BIT / 32-BIT architecture on amd64, x86, arm64.
Mac
Operating System Apple macOS 10.14 “Mojave”
Apple macOS 10.13 “High Sierra”
Apple macOS 10.12 “Sierra”
Apple mac OS X 10.11 “El Capitan”
Apple mac OS X 10.10 “Yosemite”

NOTES*:

* 32 BIT is not supported for the native debugger library.

Java

Java
Supported JRE versions Oracle Java 6 – 13 *
Open JDK 8
Open JDK 10 – 13
Liberica JDK 8, 11, 13
Amazon Corretto 8, 11

NOTES*:

  • Java 6 is no longer supported with FusionReactor 8.3.0 or newer

Servers

J2EE / Other Servers
Supported Servers Apache Tomcat 6 – 9
JBoss AS 6 / 7
Jetty 7 – 9
GlassFish 4 / 5
WildFly 8 – 18 *
ColdFusion
Supported ColdFusion Servers ColdFusion 2018
ColdFusion 2016
ColdFusion 11
ColdFusion 10 (64-BIT / 32-BIT)
ColdFusion 9 (64-BIT / 32-BIT)
ColdFusion 8 (64-BIT / 32-BIT)
Railo 3.x – 4.x
Lucee 4.5.x
Lucee 5.x *

NOTES*:

  • WildFly websocket usage has a known issue when used with FusionReactor.
  • Some older versions of Lucee 5 have known issues.  See here
  • WebSphere and WebLogic servers should work in most configurations but will require a manual Jar installation – no free support is offered for these platforms

Supported Browsers

chrome

Chrome 21+

firefox

Firefox 20+

ie

Internet Explorer  11

safari

Windows: Safari 5.1.7+
Mac OSX: Safari 5.1.9+

Microsoft Edge


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