System Configuration

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Updating the License Key

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Setting up a Test Server

These instructions should be used any time a test/development server is set up to prevent accidentally overwriting production content.
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Firewall Considerations (Inbound/Outbound Ports)

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Modifying the Heap Size

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Modifying the Database Configuration

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Modifying the Thread Stack Size

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Modifying Application Ports

By default, Cascade CMS will listen on port 8080. Use these instructions to customize the port and address conflicts with another process.
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Enabling SSL (Linux/*nix)

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Enabling SSL (Windows)

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Enabling SSL via Tomcat with an existing certificate

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Forcing Connections to use SSL

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Configuring the Heap Dump on Out of Memory option

The application can be configured to create a heap dump file should it run out of memory; useful for troubleshooting memory related issues.
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Enabling Performance Monitoring

Cascade CMS can be configured along side a performance monitoring tool, Java Melody, to track a number of different system metrics.
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Configuring Cascade to Point to a Java Installation

In order for Cascade to use a particular Java installation, you'll need to make sure that the boot script is updated accordingly.
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