‎05-26-2016 06:03 AM

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 .

Newbie jpdecastro

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