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Difference between dfm option HTTPEnabled and serverHTTPEnabled

Hello Experts,

Any one knows the difference between these options?

httpEnabled

httpPort

httpsEnabled

httpsPort

versus these options

server HTTPEnabled

serverHTTPPort

serverHTTPSEnabled

serverHTTPSPort

Are the ones that start with 'server' more global that the other ones?

Thanks,

Re: Difference between dfm option HTTPEnabled and serverHTTPEnabled

Hi

      I referred the man pages and found the following.

httpEnabled: whether or not the DataFabric Manager server provides HTTP services. The default is yes.

httpPort: the port on which the DataFabric Manager server provides HTTP services, if enabled. The default is 8080.

httpsEnabled: whether or not the DataFabric Manager server provides HTTPS services. The default is no.

httpsPort: the port on which the DataFabric Manager server provides HTTPS services, if enabled. The default is 8443.

serverHTTPSEnabled: whether or not the DataFabric Manager server provides HTTPS services for Zapi and Soap Clients. The default isyes.

serverHTTPSPort: The port on which the DataFabric Manager server provides Zapi and Soap services, if enabled. The default is 8488.

AFAIK, http options are used for webaccess and server http options are used for NMC access.

Its not that  one is global over other.

Regards

adai

Re: Difference between dfm option HTTPEnabled and serverHTTPEnabled

Thank you that is very helpful!!! So many options to keep track.