Installing SQLstream StreamLab
SQLstream StreamLab is a browser-based application that lets you view and create visualizations of streaming data.
You should install and run StreamLab after Installing SQLstream s-Server.
You can install SQLstream StreamLab using an X-windows wizard. The easiest way to launch the installer is by initiating the installation file from the command line.
The StreamLab installer ships as a binary file - usually named SQLstream-StreamLab-2.0.0 (where X.Y.Z is the version number - for example, 2.0.0) that you acquired either from a SQLstream CD or by downloading it from http://www.sqlstream.com/downloads.
Note: You can also install StreamLab in text-only mode. See Appendix A: Installing StreamLab on the Command Line.
To install StreamLab:
|1.||From a terminal prompt enter ./SQLstream-StreamLab-X.Y.Z-linux-x64.run.|
If the installer does not launch, make sure the file is executable by running chmod +x <filename>.
The Welcome page appears, introducing the Setup Wizard.
|2.||Click Forward. The License Agreement page of the installation wizard opens.|
|3.||If you are logged in as root, the default directory is /opt/sqlstream/2.1.1/, otherwise the default directory is /home/<user>/sqlstream/SQLstream/2.1.1/ Confirm the directory, then click Forward. The Repository Directory page opens.|
|4.||Confirm the directory, then click Forward.|
|5.||Click Forward. The StreamLab Service/Daemon page opens. This page lets you setup StreamLab as a service that starts automatically at system startup.|
|7.||Choose whether or not to create the service and click Forward. The Ready to Install page opens.|
Click Forward to start the Installation. See the topic Running StreamLab to begin using StreamLab.