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Abstract

hazelcast-member is a command line tool that is able to run one or more Hazelcast member instance(s) on the local machine.

This repository contains:

  • the hazelcast-member command and related scripts;
  • a Makefile for creating a distribution of Hazelcast that includes the above command

Getting started

macOS users please use the Homebrew Formula available at https://github.com/hazelcast/homebrew-hazelcast

Manual installation

Extract hazelcast-member-<version>.tar.gz to a directory of your choice. Make sure that <install-directory>/bin/hazelcast-member is on your PATH, e.g., create a symlink to it in /usr/local/bin.

Edit <install-directory>/bin/utils.sh and configure VAR_DIR and ETC_DIR, e.g. /usr/local/var and /usr/local/etc/ may work for you.

Create a hazelcast directory under your ETC_DIR and copy <install-directory>/etc/hazelcast/hazelcast.xml there.

A note about the provided hazelcast.xml

The provided hazelcast.xml configuration file is used as a template configuration file. It contains variables such as ${network.port} that will be resolved at runtime with values provided through special options such as --port.

As such, we don't recommend that you edit the file directly. You may want to create a copy of it for specifying custom configurations, then use hazelcast-member start --config <file> to use the custom file.

In that case, you may either replace the above-mentioned variables with specific values, or – if you want to provide a value for a specific variable – you can use the -J option followed by -D in order to set a system property, e.g., -J -Dnetwork.port=8000.

Run hazelcast-member help start to display all the available options.

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