thanks for your answer i think , i found other option for redercation on Win server 2008 R2
could you please take a look ? it will do the job ?
The document Jing Hwa has pointed to covers it all. Install apache, set it up as instructed. It is actually generic - it's not just Confluence you would do this for, but any web application you want to relocate.
We can't hold your hand through this - you need to follow the documentation and learn for yourself - if you don't understand it because someone has done it for you, then you can't support it or repeat the installation. Give the document a proper try and ask specific questions if you get stuck, by all means, but you need to try!
There are other options though. In this case, Apache is being used as a basic front-end for relocating Confluence.
What about you just forward the port 80 to 8090?
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 8090 #On Linux
This way, when you perform maintenance on Confluence, you can redirect port 80 to a static page saying "We'll be back in x minutes".
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