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Question on Loading ArcGIS Server and Geoserver on the same Computer

Randal Hale
I had a question yesterday and a few searches on google didn't turn up
much in the way of answers.

I've a client who has a windows server (that's as technical as an
explanation as I received) He's debating moving to geoserver for some of
his needs. He is also debating loading it on the same machine as ArcGIS
Server. While I don't think that's the greatest idea - is it possible?
Has anyone done this and what were the issues if any?

Randy

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Re: Question on Loading ArcGIS Server and Geoserver on the same Computer

Stephen V. Mather
Can't say I've tried, but I saw your tweet too, and could hazard a guess:

If you are installing with Tomcat, check your port numbers (shutdown port, service port i.e. 8080, etc.) for conflicts. Otherwise, unless there are Java conflicts, everything should run in it's own little container.

But, again just a guess. I will defer to others who have tried this madness... .

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From: Randal Hale <[hidden email]>
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Subject: [Geoserver-users] Question on Loading ArcGIS Server and Geoserver      on the same Computer

I had a question yesterday and a few searches on google didn't turn up
much in the way of answers.

I've a client who has a windows server (that's as technical as an
explanation as I received) He's debating moving to geoserver for some of
his needs. He is also debating loading it on the same machine as ArcGIS
Server. While I don't think that's the greatest idea - is it possible?
Has anyone done this and what were the issues if any?

Randy

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Re: Question on Loading ArcGIS Server and Geoserver on the same Computer

Stefano Iacovella
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2014-07-25 13:39 GMT+02:00 Randal Hale <[hidden email]>:
I've a client who has a windows server (that's as technical as an
explanation as I received) He's debating moving to geoserver for some of
his needs. He is also debating loading it on the same machine as ArcGIS
Server. While I don't think that's the greatest idea - is it possible?
Has anyone done this and what were the issues if any?

Hi Randal,

I can't see any big issue having GeoServer on the same machine hosting ArcGIS for Server. The latter uses a custom tomcat instance but it is bind on tcp port 6080. If you avoid using the same port for the the Tomcat instance, or any other container you may want to select, dedicated to GeoServer they can run along.
As for moving data and/or services from ArcGIS Server to GeoServer this may be feasibile but of course you need some more details about it.
Just to start with a very basic question, what release is the ArcGIS for Server?

Cheers

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Re: Question on Loading ArcGIS Server and Geoserver on the same Computer

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On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 1:39 PM, Randal Hale <[hidden email]> wrote:
I had a question yesterday and a few searches on google didn't turn up
much in the way of answers.

I've a client who has a windows server (that's as technical as an
explanation as I received) He's debating moving to geoserver for some of
his needs. He is also debating loading it on the same machine as ArcGIS
Server. While I don't think that's the greatest idea - is it possible?
Has anyone done this and what were the issues if any?

In the past ArcGis was sticking into the Java runtime an ancient version
of JAI that prevented GeoServer from starting up correctly.
Not sure if that is still happening, but I guess worst case you could
try to setup a parallel java installation that is not shared among
ArcGIS and GeoServer

Cheers
Andrea

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Re: Question on Loading ArcGIS Server and Geoserver on the same Computer

Larry Theller
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This might help. I am running ArcGIS Server (java version) 10.0 using SQL
Server 2008 and on same Windows 2008 server running Geoserver 2.2-ish and
POSTgis/postgresql 9; not using Tomcat for either set-up. This is a light
load dev machine. Main point of this ArcGis Server is to support an Android
app used for a GIS class, plus a test Flex page. Main point of the
Geoserver/postgis set-up is to serve GIS layers to some dynamic Openlayers
and Google API web sites (as a development environment.)
The ArcGIS Server install  is typically very intricate, but it has performed
well in terms of not needing any management from me. Have not seen any
issues regarding the ArcGIS Server  interfering with the Geoserver side, but
we never had more than 20 people hitting the machine at a time through the
app and the Openlayers pages were just test pages. I am about to upgrade to
ArcGIS  Server 10.2 and higher level Geoserver as well, I am hoping there is
still no trouble.

Larry Theller
Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Purdue University


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Subject: [Geoserver-users] Question on Loading ArcGIS Server and Geoserver
on the same Computer

I had a question yesterday and a few searches on google didn't turn up much
in the way of answers.

I've a client who has a windows server (that's as technical as an
explanation as I received) He's debating moving to geoserver for some of his
needs. He is also debating loading it on the same machine as ArcGIS Server.
While I don't think that's the greatest idea - is it possible?
Has anyone done this and what were the issues if any?

Randy

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