Running StreamLab

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Running StreamLab

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By default, StreamLab is installed as a service, and will start automatically upon reboot. (It also starts by default after installation.) To access StreamLab, do one of the following:

1.Click the StreamLab icon in the StreamLab folder on your desktop.
2.Point your browser to localhost:5590 (or whatever server StreamLab is running on).

Starting StreamLab Manually

Before you start StreamLab, you need to have both s-Server and WebAgent running. This version of StreamLab checks to see if WebAgent is running before starting.

For information on running s-Server, see Getting Started Guide.

For information on running WebAgent, see the topic WebAgent in the Integration Guide.

Note: WebAgent must be running with write enabled (-w).

To start StreamLab in other cases, open the StreamLab folder on your desktop and double-click the Start StreamLab Server icon.

Alternately, run the following script, located in the /opt/sqlstream/2.xxxx directory:

./streamLab.sh

 

To start the service as root, enter

sudo service streamlabd start

 

You can specify the following arguments when starting StreamLab from the command line.

Command-line argument

Definition

Default

-p <port>        

Specify port (overrides $STREAMLAB_PORT)

5590

-s

Server mode, restarts server if it exits

No

-h -?

Show this help message


-w

WebAgent port or URL. If not specified, StreamLab looks for WebAgent on port 5580 of the same server running s-Server.

http://yourhost:5580

where "yourhost" is the name of the server running s-Server.