I'm wondering if anyone else has tried this yet. I'm running NW65 andiFolder 2.1.

On page 81 of the iFolder Installation and Administration Guide
(Clustering
Section), it says they recommend loading iFolder in it's own instance
of
Apache. I checked the Apache documentation for NW and it says to use
the
LOAD ADDRESS SPACE = XXXX to load Apache/iFolder into it's own
protected
address space. When I try to do this however I get the following
errors on
the Logger screen.

LOAD ADDRESS SPACE = IFOLDER ifolder:\apache2\apache2.nlm -E
ifolder:\apache2\logs\startup.err
>>>>>Logger Screen<<<<<

Loading module APACHE2.NLM
Loading in address space IFOLDER
Apache Web Server 2.0.45a
Version 2.00.45 June 27,2003
MODULE APACHE2.NLM load status OK
SERVER-5.70-1054: The module SAL.NLM was not able to load protected
Module NLDAP.NLM cannot be loaded until SAL is loaded
Module NLDAP.NLM cannot be loaded until DSLOADER is loaded
SERVER-5.70-1054: The module MOD_XSRV.NLM was not able to load
protected
Module APACHE2.NLM is being referenced


I tried loading SAL.NLM into the address space prior to loading
iFolder but
it won't go by itself either.
LOAD ADDRESS SPACE = IFOLDER SAL.NLM
>>>>>Logger Screen<<<<<

Loading module SAL.NLM
Loading in address space IFOLDER
Novell System Abstraction Layer Version 2.2.0
Version 20210.72 June 27,2003
Copyright 1999-2003 Novell,Inc.
SERVER-5.70-1054: The module SAL.NLM was not able to load protected
Error processing External Records.
Module SAL.NLM not loaded

Does anyone know how to get iFolder loaded into it's own address
space? I
guess I shouldn't assume that since it's mentioned in the manual that
this
should actually work... :)

Any suggestions or ideas would be much appreciated.
Matt Mencel
Western Illinois University