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Todd Rodzen

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AMI Build All-in-One

Full build process

  1. Create an EC2 Linux Instance base – Amazon Linux AMI 2016.09.1 (HVM), SSD Volume Type – ami-0b33d91d
  2. Install the LAMP Stack default Apache port set to 8080 as it will be served to an Nginx reverse proxy server on the same instance (Apache 2.4, MySQL, PHP 6.7)
  3. Install the MEAN Stack
  4. Install Nginx Reverse Proxy Server
  5. Install ColdFusion 2016 update 3 Server

The server is setup and available for Free with a service contract from GTK Solutions.

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ColdFusion on EC2 Server

Here we will install ColdFusion 2016 on an Amazon EC2 Linux server with Apache 2.4.

Get the ColdFusion installation .bin file from Adobe at https://www.adobe.com/products/coldfusion/download-trial/try.html be sure to select Linux 64bit on the download.

  1. Adjust the authority of the /opt directory to allow ec2-user (group www) permission
    sudo mkdir /opt/cf
    sudo chown -R root:www /opt
    sudo chmod 2775 /opt
    find /opt -type d -exec sudo chmod 2775 {} \;
    find /opt -type f -exec sudo chmod 0664 {} \;
  2. Then send the ColdFusion installation .bin to /opt/cf directory on the EC2 server with Filezilla.
  3. Install the JDBC mysql database driver
    sudo yum install mysql-connector-java.noarch

    Enter Y at the prompt to complete the driver installation

    Is this ok [y/d/N]: y
  4. Go to the /opt/cf directory, set execute authority on the .bin file, and start the ColdFusion .bin installation
    cd /opt/cf
    chmod 777 ColdFusion_2016_WWEJ_linux64.bin
    sudo ./ColdFusion_2016_WWEJ_linux64.bin
  5. Follow the prompts and take the defaults on the ColdFusion installation.
    1. hit [enter] 31 times
    2. Y [enter] to Accept the terms of the license
    3. 3 [enter] to select Developer edition
    4. default 1 [enter] to select server configuration
    5. 3 [enter] to select development profile
    6. default 5 [enter] to continue installation
    7. [enter] default remote component admin profile
    8. [type an remote component administrator password] [enter]
    9. re-enter the remote component administrator password [enter]
    10. default n [enter] to access add-on services remotely
    11. /opt/cf absolute path install folder
    12. Y [enter] the path is correct
    13. 1 [enter] add web server configuration
    14. 1 [enter] Apache
    15. /etc/httpd/conf [enter] Apache configuration directory
    16. /usr/sbin/httpd [enter] Apache program binary file
    17. /etc/init.d/httpd [enter] control file used to start and stop apache server
    18. N [enter] configure advanced settings
    19. 4 [enter] Continue with installation
    20. N [enter[  configure websocket proxy
    21. ec2-user [enter] runtime user name
    22. 2 [enter] skip open local open office installation
    23. [type an administrator password] [enter]
    24. re-enter the administrator password [enter]
    25. Y [enter] enable RDS
    26. [type an RDS administrator password] [enter]
    27. re-enter the RDS administrator password [enter]
    28. Y [enter] automatically check for updates
      Pre-installation Summary
      ------------------------
      Installation Type:
       Server configuration
      
      Licensing:
       Developer Edition
      
      Installation Directories:
       Product: /opt/cf
      
      Server Information:
       Admin Port: 8500
       Web Server: Apache (/etc/httpd/conf)
       Connector Port: 80
       ColdFusion Server Profile: Development Profile
       ColdFusion Solr Search Services: installed
       ColdFusion Pdfg Services: installed
       RDS: enabled
      
      Disk Space Information (for Installation Target):
       Required: 1,325 MB
       Available: 5,045 MB
    29. [enter] to continue
  6. Start the ColdFusion server
    cd /opt/cf/cfusion/bin
    sudo ./coldfusion start
  7. Using a web browser navigate to the admin page using your host domain
    http://aws-ec2instance-public-dns:8500/CFIDE/administrator/index.cfm
  8. enter the admin password
  9. hit OK button to complete the installation
  10. Download the mysql JDBC connector .tar file from http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/j/ and unpack it on your local machine. Then use Filezilla to copy the mysql-connector-java-5.1.40-bin.jar file to the /opt/cf/cfusion/lib directory
  11. restart the cold fusion server
    cd /opt/cf/cfusion/bin
    sudo ./coldfusion restart

    MySQL 5 ODBC database driver will now work. Now you can configure a database in data sources of the ColdFusion Administrator.

This completes the ColfFusion server installation.

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