Category Archive for: ClodFusion Administration

Adjusting the Template Cache Size

In terms of performance, dynamic pages require the most resources. Next, static pages served from the system’s disk offer notably fewer demands on system resources. initially, pages served from the system’s RAM offer the best performance and least demand on system resources. This is where the cache size comes into play. The cache size indicates how much RAM to…

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Limiting Simultaneous Request

Web servers and their associated application environments are designed to simultaneously handle multiple requests from browsers. Given this, the initial idea of many new Web administrators is to allow far too many simultaneous connections .. Although at first this seems logical (after all, allowing a large number of simultaneous requests should mean that most incoming requests will be…

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Source Control

If you have a network version of Microsoft Source Safe installed on the same server as your ColdFusion server, then you can use ColdFusion Studio to access SourceSafe through the ColdFusion server. This is configured through the Source Control screen. Here you need to provide the complete path of the directory containing the Safe.;  file as well as…

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ClodFusion Administration

• Using the Cold Fusion Administrator • Troubleshooting Errors • Managing Log Files • Performance Tuning To close your study of ColdFusion, you need to consider the administration of a Coldfusion server. Specifically, you need to understand how to use all aspects of the Coldfusion Administrator, the Web=based administration system for ColdFusion servers. Administration is more than just…

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