[Setup] Zope/Plone ports to avoid Sharepoint
alan at enfoldsystems.com
Wed Feb 22 16:58:34 UTC 2006
All you need is to uncomment out the http-server directive in zope.conf.
8080 is by default change it to 5080 or something. Start zope in
runzope.bat -- see if you get a port collision. It will say if it can not
open a port that is already in use.
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> [mailto:setup-bounces at lists.plone.org] On Behalf Of Owen K
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> Subject: [Setup] Zope/Plone ports to avoid Sharepoint
> Hello friends,
> I have set up a Plone site on my machine (Windows XP) and I
> will soon attempt to recreate it on our LAN server (Windows
> Server 2003). How should I do port assignments on the server?
> Windows XP, or Windows server 2003
> I don't know much about this, but I think it breaks down into
> Q1. Determine what ports are in use on the Windows server.
> Q2. Determine what port assignments need to be made for Zope to work.
> Q3. Make the assignments.
> Re Q1: I don't know how to do this. I know there are certain
> traditional values for different protocols, but that is
> different from finding what is actually in use. I know that
> Sharepoint is running and I expect therefore that 8080 is in
> use. Is the port assignment information centralized somewhere
> in windows?
> Re Q3: I think all of the configuration is in zope.conf. I
> have already changed <http-server> to 8081.
> Re Q2: On what protocols/ports should I expect Zope/Plone to
> collide with other services? Am I right that it is
> undesirable to have two programs listening to the same port,
> but it is OK to have two programs use the same outgoing port?
> Is it enough that I have changed <http-server> port ?
> Thank you for any pointers.
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