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Correct Behavior of "-Dcoherence.localport.adjust=false" Option in Coherence 12.2.1.x (Doc ID 2127922.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 09, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Coherence - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Unlike earlier versions two cache-servers can be started even though the "-Dcoherence.localport.adjust=false" option is set in the configuration for version.


The behavior was changed from Coherence 12.2.1.x when the "-Dcoherence.localport.adjust=false" option is used.

    1. The "-Dcoherence.localport.adjust=false" is not reflected if the "-Dcoherence.localport=<port>" is not set. It should be used with "-Dcoherence.localport=<port>".
    2. Only one cache server can be started when the "-Dcoherence.localport.adjust=false" is used with the "-Dcoherence.localport=<port>". Other cache servers cannot be started on the same machine.
    1. Only one cache server can be started when the "-Dcoherence.localport.adjust=false" is used regardless of whether the "-Dcoherence.localport=<port>" option is used or not on a machine with specific IP is set to localhost or to WKA address.


    Note: In the 12.2.1 release the command-line properties are changed to coherence.* from tangosol.coherence.* However the old notation is still valid.



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