Starting and stopping

Kushal Kant Goyal edited this page Sep 21, 2015 · 2 revisions

See also Installation Instructions

1. Starting AIDR

Successful deployment of all aidr.* WAR files (e.g., aidr_collector.war, aidr_tagger_api.war, etc.) to application server (e.g., GlassFish) means AIDR platform is up and running. For example, in case of GlassFish server, use GlassFish administration console (i.e., http://localhost:4848/), go to the application tab select application that you want to deploy and press the deploy button.

2. Stopping AIDR

One can simply un-deploy one of the AIDR applications from application server using standard un-deploy operation. For example, in case of GlassFish server, use GlassFish administration console (i.e., http://localhost:4848/), go to application tab select application that you want to un-deploy and press the un-deploy button.

3. Re-starting AIDR

To re-starting an application perform the above two steps by stopping the application first and then starting it again.

One can re-start the application server to re-start all applications by using re-start command of the application server. For example, in case of GlassFish server do:

./bin/asadmin restart-domain

Clone this wiki locally
You can’t perform that action at this time.
You signed in with another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session. You signed out in another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session.
Press h to open a hovercard with more details.