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Can synchrony port be changed? How?

This question has been asked before but I don't it was ever answered conclusively.

In Confluence 6.12.2 is it possible to change the synchrony port? How can this feat be accomplished.

 

 

 

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Hey Onno!

Yes it is possible. Please refer to Change the port Synchrony runs on
from the Atlassian Documentation.

Cheers
Nick

Addition to the documentation page, you will need to change a System Property, learn on the following page about System Properties: Configuring System Properties

@Niklas _bitvoodoo_ I've tried following these instructions and they don't seem to work.

I'm running two instances of Confluence on the same server--different ports. They work fine with the exception of synchrony. No matter what I do, the "Collaborative editing" always shows the default port of 8091.

I've tried changing it via tomcat9w //ES//<SERVICENAME> and also via the Window Registry.

When I change it I still see 8091 in the UI and I notice no activity on the port via:
netstat -na | find "8092"

However I see results when I look at 8091.

 

@Onno van der Straaten did you ever get this working?

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