If needed, you can change the default port used by the database instance for the . Please complete the following commands to avoid conflicts between versions.

If you are changing the port within the database, those changes must be applied through your database system by an administrator. To limit downtime, port number changes should be done at the same time in the platform and the database. For more information, please see the documentation included with your database product.

NOTE: By default, the ports for all databases are set to the default database port for PostgreSQL. For more information on the default database ports, see Database Parameter Reference.

Steps:

  1. Stop the . For more information, see Start and Stop the Platform in the Install Guide.

  2. Stop the database server. 

  3. Change the port number in the database administration console. For more information, see the documentation provided with your database distribution.

  4. Start the database server. Verify that it is listening on the new port number.
  5. Restart the platform. 
  6. Login to the application. 
  7. Modify the port properties for any of the following databases:

    Database NameParameter area

    webapp.database.*
    Jobs database
    batch-job-runner.database.*
    Scheduling database
    scheduling-service.database.*
    Time-based Trigger database
    time-based-trigger-service.database.*
    Configuration Service database
    configuration-service.database.*

    Artifact Storage Service database

    artifact-storage-service.database.*
    Job Metadata Service databasejob-metadata-service.database.*
    Authorization Service databaseauthorization-service.database.*
    Orchestration Service databaseorchestration-service.database.*

    For more information, see Database Parameter Reference.

  8. Save your changes and restart the platform.
  9. Verify that you can login and run a simple job. See Verify Operations in the Admin Guide.