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"How do I create a Linux service for RapidMiner Server"

User13User13 Member Posts: 155  Guru
edited May 2019 in Knowledge Base

Linux systems have a special folder, /etc/init.d/ for scripts that are to be executed at system startup. To start RapidMiner Server when the system boots, follow these steps:

  1. Open the attached script in an editor. Modify the variables in the header:


    a.
    RAPIDMINER-SERVER_USER
    should be the Linux user that will run the service. The user must already exist. Use the useradd command to create one.


    b.
    RAPIDMINER-SERVER_HOME
    should point to your RapidMiner Server installation.

  2. Save that file as /etc/init.d/rapidminerserver and make it executable by calling


    chmod 755 /etc/init.d/rapidminerserver
  3. Tell the system to execute that script at boot and shutdown. You can do so by calling


    chkconfig --add rapidminerserver


This script works on Ubuntu
only
.



Comments

  • jpdecastrojpdecastro Member Posts: 1 Contributor I

    Please, can you attach the script. I can't see the file you mentioned.

  • ershadalibaig_mershadalibaig_m Member Posts: 4 Contributor I

    Please share the step by step approach , how to install the services in linux.

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