Starting CF8 from the Command Line on Mac OS

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Often when developing, I want to see exactly what Coldfusion is doing in real time w/o having to trace this out to the command line.  This is particularly usefull when developing Flex apps, where you cannot see what the server is doing.

Unfornutately, I keep losing the instructions on how to start up CF in OS X.  There are a lot of other postings out there, but many of them are using the multiserver installation of CF.

So here it is (more for my reference, but perhaps someone else will find it useful:

sudo /Applications/ColdFusion8/runtime/bin/jrun -start coldfusion

1 response to “Starting CF8 from the Command Line on Mac OS”

  1. Lorraine Says:
    IJWTS wow! Why can't I think of tinhgs like that?

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