Version 4.5.0 of FusionReactor Instance Manager will prompt you to update any existing instances when you have completed the Setup.
Previous versions of FusionReactor allowed you to add Railo as Jetty (Railo Express) or Tomcat (Railo Server) server. When FusionReactor Instance Manager scans for new target servers it will list these existing servers as Railo server in addition to the already existing Jetty and Tomcat servers.
This does allow the user to accidentally install a new FusionReactor instance to a server that already has FusionReactor installed. As a result the previous server will report itself as not connected. However, the new instance will work as expected.
Do not install a new instance on a target server that has FusionReactor already installed (identify the belonging server by the directory listed behind the server).
Alternatively uninstall the FusionReactor instance from the Apache Tomcat resp. Jetty Server and re-install it on the appropriate Railo Server. Afterwards delete the Tomcat resp. Jetty server from the Instance Manager.
Whether your instance is installed on the Tomcat resp. Jetty server or the Railo server has no effect on functionality. Just make sure that you do not install it on the same server twice. Future versions of FusionReactor will display Railo server only and omit the Tomcat and Jetty servers if these represent a Railo server.
|Components:||Installer, Instance Manager|
|Last Updated:||22/May/12 5:27 PM|
|Platform:||Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Linux, MacOS, Solaris, Windows Vista, Windows x64, AIX, Windows 7, Windows 2008|
FRS-298: Instance Manager picks up the Tomcat based version of Railo twice
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