Quick Install Overview
If you have a recent Linux system with lbuid installed, you are ready to install s-Server.
The steps below describe a quick overview of how to install s-Server, confirm that it is running, and view the Mochi demonstration application. The Mochi demo simulates a failed login alert system for a bank. For more detailed instructions, see the topic Installing s-Server in this guide.
The steps below describe how to install s-Server, confirm that it is running, and view the Mochi demonstration application. The Mochi demo simulates a failed login alert system for a bank.
If you are installing after uninstalling another version of s-Server, see the topic Preparing to Install SQLStream s-Server.
|1.||Change permission for installer:|
CentOS/RedHat: open terminal > cd [directory with installer] > chmod +x SQLstream-sServer-5.1.0X.X-x64.run
open terminal > cd [directory with installer] > chmod +x SQLstream-sServer-5.1.0.X.X-x64.run
CentOS/RedHat: open terminal > ./SQLstream-sServer-5.1.0.X.X-x64.run
open terminal > ./SQLstream-sServer-5.1.0.X.X-x64.run
Note: The installer can be run as a normal user on most Linux systems. If you want to run the sserver.d service, or install into /opt or other system disk areas, you will need to either log on as root (RedHat/Centos) or enter sudo ./SQLstream-sServer-X.Y.Z-x64.run (Ubuntu/Debian). See Managing s-Server as a Service for more details.
|3.||Follow installer prompts.|
If you are installing as root or using sudo, s-Server offers you the option of installing as a Linux service. This service will start after the installer completes, and you can manage this service from the command line as you would any other service.
|4.||Confirm s-Server is running:|
CentOS/RedHat: open terminal > login as root > jps -l
Debian/Ubuntu: open terminal > sudo jps-l
You should see com.sqlstream.aspen.server.AspenVJdbcServer listed as one of the Java processes.