For the sake of testing some minor but crucial changes that my company would like (initially from recompiling the Wasabi source, but hopefully possible to learn and implement some plugins instead), it'd be useful to be able to run two separate Fogbugz instances, one with the stable setup and the other with the more hacked-away-at version, but both using the same database.
I'll give a quick example, there is an insistence that the default number of cases shown has to be increased, so I've done the simple change in this question and recompiled. The other changes are similarly 'cosmetic', so to speak, so nothing that'd cause any change in how Fogbugz was talking to the database. As such, it'd be nice to be able to run both simultaneously, but is there any danger in this?
Worth noting that the instances will be running on different VMs (and the database is on yet a third system), in case that matters.