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2 SmartConnectors on same windows server?

Is ok to run 2 SmartConnectors on same windows server?  The first SmartConnector will be a WinC connector and second will do SyslogD connector.

Thanks,

Eric

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This is absolutely fine, Eric.  The only limitation you would run into - and not in this case, is if you had multiple connectors listening to the same tcp/udp port.  You're going to be fine.

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Dont forget to set different folders and service names for them.

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Hi Eric,

you can install as many connectors as you want. there is no limit but things to consider are:

1. RAM

2. Processors

3. port

4. HHD space

if above parameters are good with the windows server you are installing on, then there is no problem for multiple instances of the smart connectors.

Things to note:

1. Keep each instance of the connectors in separate folders

2. Provide a proper naming convention for the connectors during the installation.

3. No two connector should use same ports.

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Hi Eric Absolutely fine, but take care that you don't make any connector as a standalone as you will not be able to deploy other connectors on that specific servers.Apart from that other shifu's has already provided you the answer.

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