docs/index.html may have additional information.
Launch the bes (you can use
besctl to do that).
Make sure there is a beslistener process running.
Check it out:
git clone https://github.com/OPENDAP/olfs.git
(To make a distribution for release: ant server -DHYRAX_VERSION= -DOLFS_VERSION= )
rm -rf $CATALINA_HOME/webapps/opendap* cp build/dist/opendap.war $CATALINA_HOME/webapps
By default the OLFS will utilize it's bundled default configuration in the directory $CATALINA_HOME/webapps/opendap/WEB-INF/conf
In order to configure your system so that your configuration changes are persistent you will need to do one of the following:
- For the user that will be running the OLFS (the Tomcat user), set the environment variable OLFS_CONFIG_DIR to an existing directory to which the Tomcat user has both read and write privileges.
- Create the directory /etc/olfs and set it's permissions/ownership so that the Tomcat user has both read and write permission.
If both of these steps are done then priority is given to the environment variable.
Restart Tomcat. When it starts the OLFS will check these locations and then install a copy of its default configuration into the new spot.
Edit the configuration files as needed.
If, for example, your beslistener is not running on localhost:10022 then you'll need to edit the olfs.xml file in the configuration directory and adjust the and values to reflect your situation.
For the configuration changes to take effect.
See http://docs.opendap.org/index.php/Hyrax for information about this software, Installation instructions and NEWS.
About the Aggregation servlet
In src/opendap/aggregation we have a servlet that performs aggregation for use, initially, with NASA's EDSC (Earth Data Search Client). In that directory you will find a README along with some help in testing the servlet using curl.