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Managing RapidMiner Server on Linux with systemd
Modern Linux systems use the systemd service to manage services (daemons). RapidMiner Server used to ship a startup file for the older init.d system which was supported by systemd, but on a new server, admins prefer to use systemd integrated method.
We created a systemd configuration file which can be downloaded and edited for your configuration. It is attached to this article (downloadable zip file at the bottom).
Download it and make sure that you use an editor that doesn't change the line endings to Windows format.
Edit the file and change the User, Group and ExecStart lines to your desired configuration.
When you're done, put the file into /etc/systemd/system/ on the server.
Some useful commands:
# Starts the server
systemctl start rapidminer-server
# Status of the service. You would see error messages here.
systemctl status rapidminer-server
# Stop the server
systemctl stop rapidminer-server
# Start the server on system start automatically
systemctl enable rapidminer-server
We hope that this will help you. If not, please post a reply.