I've just tried reinstalling a CF9 server, but the installer finishes with "11 NonFatalErrors", and there is no
This means I can't run
/cf-root/bin/coldfusion start so I can't run the server. I've tried installing it twice and had no luck.
I installed as root from
/opt/coldfusion9, using the
ColdFusion_9_WWE_linux64.binfile downloaded from Adobe today, and with permissions set to 777 on the file.
/cf-root/coldfusion9 folder is missing other directories as well, for example there is no
logsdirectory. There also seems to be
cfinfo files in the cf-root folder, these look like they should be in the
So I have the following:
I'm sure I need to post more data here if anyone's going to help but I'm not sure where to look next.
I'm running Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.6 (Tikanga)
Ok, the problem seems to be to do with the fact the on my server, the /tmp folder was not executable. I also had issues with the /tmp folder running out of space.
This blog post suggested using a different temporary folder for running the installation: http://www.caxiamgroup.com/blog/web-development/changing-coldfusion-te mporary-install-directory/#comment-13992
That seemed to fix the problem. I would hazard a guess that that may have solved the initial 9.0.1 problem, but I'm not going to test that theory until I've got a seperate test server running redhat to try it on.
The actual code that fixed the problem for me:
Also thanks to Andy Allan from Fuzzy Orange for his help getting to this conclusion.