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    Default Multiple stc servers on different ports?

    I have a team of developers, they might all want to run tests on a single, dedicated test server (rather than on their own PC). If I only have one stc server running on port 1903, if a few of them run tests at the same time, their requests will get queued for the one stc server instance to process.

    Can I run multiple stc servers using different port numbers (say 1903-1908?) then each dev could effectively have their "own" stc server and submit requests through the CLI "stc run" command using their own port number in the -S 127.0.0.1:190<x> flag?

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    It's OK, I answered my own question, simple really:
    stc server -p 1904

    will start a server on port 1904.
    Might be useful for anyone else searching for this.
    Dan G - you can close this I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flare_chris View Post
    It's OK, I answered my own question, simple really:
    stc server -p 1904

    will start a server on port 1904.
    Might be useful for anyone else searching for this.
    Dan G - you can close this I think.
    Correct - starting a new STC Server process on a different port will allow multiple instances.
    Daniel Gallo
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