For optimal performance, the SonarQube server and database should be installed on separate hosts, and the server host should be dedicated. The server and database hosts should be located on the same network.
By default, the scripts will use the Java executable available in the PATH. If there are multiple versions of Java installed on your server, you may need to explicitly define which version of Java is used.
Once you have successfully exported settings for a context, you can import these settings on a different machine. You can copy the setup zip file on the system having the RoboHelp Server installation, and import the server setup by selecting Import Settings in RoboHelp Server Configuration Manager.
Unlike Wildfly, JBoss, etc, in Tomcat, the war gets expanded only after app server is started. If you do not accept the license, the app server will fail to start. You must first start the app server once, kill it, accept the EULA, and then restart the server.
Use the desktop clients to keep your files synchronized between your Nextcloud server and your desktop. Select one or more directories on your local machine and always have access to your latest files wherever you are. Learn more about our clients here.
The Web Installer is the easiest way to install Nextcloud on a web space. It checks the dependencies, downloads Nextcloud from the official server, unpacks it with the right permissions and the right user account. Finally, you will be redirected to the Nextcloud installer.
The archive should be extracted in a folder your web server has access to. Latest stable version: see Changelog.Follow the Nextcloud Admin Manuals installation chapter.If you already run Nextcloud, refer to the upgrade manual.Need an enterprise solution?
These values are not fixed and highly depend on the use case and population of the server.Note that you do NOT need a Steam account to have a Rust server running.If you want to PLAY on that server or give yourself admin/mod rights, you DO need a Steam account.
Simply extract the contents of the zip file to the file location you want it on your PC and then edit the Run_DS.bat as you wish to edit the server's name/description/seed/size and any startup configurations.
Rust has beta branches available for your server if you are wanting to test new features not released to the public. To set up a server with one of these beta branches, you need to change your SteamCMD above to download the "beta prerelease" or "beta staging" branches of Rust development. For example, you can choose ONE of these branches:
Once you are playing locally, switch to the black command box that is the server and type "users". Don't confuse this command with a SteamCMD. This is to be done in the text window that is your server. You should receive back that 1 user is connected. It will give you data similar to the following but with your Steam information:
The slim installer is for development and production usage of Docker or CRI-O images and containers in Kubernetes, when WebLogic console monitoring and configuration is not required. It includes all Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Coherence server runtime software, but excludes examples, the WebLogic console, WebLogic clients, Maven plug-ins and Java DB. See our 188.8.131.52 documentation here.
Tableau Server generates log files as a normal part of its functioning. Each service that runs as part of Tableau Server generates its own logs. These log files include information about what is happening on the server, what the service or process is doing, and what, if any errors or warnings are generated. The extent of information in the logs depends on which service is writing the logs, what the logging levels are set to, and what is happening on the server.
Log files can be useful in helping to identify and fix issues that Tableau Server is having. In some cases, system administrators may be able to look at logs and find clues to what is happening, but in most situations the Tableau Server logs are most useful for Tableau Support. When you open a case with Support, you may be asked to send log files from your server.
As a best practice you should not edit or delete log files in an active Tableau Server installation. Doing this can cause unexpected behavior or server downtime. Most Tableau Server logs are written to a location in the data directory. Some logs are written to other locations.
The easiest and safest way to gather and view server log files is to create a log archive, which is a zipped collection of logs from all nodes in a cluster. If you think you may need old logs for any reason, for example, to compare with new logs after doing an upgrade, or to send to Tableau Support when troubleshooting a server issue, create a zip archive, and move the archive to a safe location that is not part of your Tableau Server infrastructure. For more information about log files in a log archive, see Server Log Files in a zipped archive.
Logs can take up a good deal of space, especially on a heavily used server. You can use the tsm maintenance cleanup command to remove logs you no longer want or need. but if you think you may need your existing logs, consider archiving them before cleanup.
You may want to look at Tableau Server log files, or need to send them to Tableau Support if you have a problem with your server. Use the tsm maintenance ziplogs command to create a zipped archive of log files from all nodes in your installation. By default, Tableau Server log file archives are gathered in a zip file called logs.zip, but you can specify a different file name when you create the archive. You can copy the archive from the server to a local computer and open it there, or send it to Tableau Support.
The service will run in the security context of the system accountwithout the need for a user to be logged in on a console.This is normally more appropriate for production use.The server should not be run as aservice and application simultaneously.
In the event that the Erlang VM crashes whilst RabbitMQ is runningas a service, rather than writing the crash dump to the currentdirectory (which doesn't make sense for a service) it is writtento an erl_crash.dump file in the base directory ofthe RabbitMQ server (set by the RABBITMQ_BASE environmentvariable, defaultingto %APPDATA%\%RABBITMQ_SERVICENAME% -typically %APPDATA%\RabbitMQ otherwise).
RabbitMQ nodes bind to ports (open server TCP sockets) in order to accept client and CLI tool connections.Other processes and tools such as anti-virus software may prevent RabbitMQ from binding to a port. When that happens,the node will fail to start.
Before you start, validate that you have access to the prerequisite software so you can install them in the right order. This includes a JRE, a supported database, Tomcat application server, a message broker (i.e. ActiveMQ), Alfresco Search Services, and additional components (such as ImageMagick).
Plugin code may be deployed from within Moodle, either directly from the Moodle plugins directory or by uploading a ZIP file. The web server process has to have write access to the plugin type folder where the new plugin is to be installed in order to use either of these methods.
If you can't deploy the plugin code via the administration web interface, you have to copy it to the server file system manually (e.g. if the web server process does not have write access to the Moodle installation tree to do this for you).
Open the server configuration file C:\ProgramFiles\TeamworkCloud\configuration\application.conf and edit the following lines (the hostname and seed-nodes) to use the node's own IP address.You must also set the IP address of the Cassandra node in the seeds section. If your Cassandra instance is on the same server, then use the node's own IP address.
There are additional steps to run TWCloud as a service on Windows. Before proceeding, make sure the server's log configuration points to the file location that is writable. You can find the log config in the file C:\TeamworkCloudSuite\configuration\logback.xml.
Clone the Grav repository from GitHub to a folder in the webroot of your server, e.g. /webroot/grav. Launch a terminal or console and navigate to the webroot folder:
Docker is an extremely efficient way to bootstrap platforms and services on both servers and local environments. If you are setting up several environments that need to be the same, or working collaboratively, it offers a simple way to ensure consistency between installations. If you are developing several Grav sites, you can streamline setting them up using Docker.
Stable Docker images are available that use Apache (the official image), Nginx, and Caddy webservers. If you search, you will find more that you can try. With any image, make sure you create volumes to persist Grav's user, backups, and logs folders. (Backups and logs are optional if you don't need to keep that data.)
Cloudron is a complete solution for running apps on your server and keeping them up-to-date and secure. On your Cloudron you can install Grav with a few clicks. If you host multiple sites, you can install them completely isolated from one another on the same server.
If you use Linode servers, there is an easy, documented method using Linode Marketplace. This will set up a new Grav site on a new dedicated Linode virtual server. The virtual server will incur a periodic charge.
Using Grav with a web server such as Apache, IIS, or Nginx is as simple as extracting Grav into a folder under the webroot. All it requires to function is PHP 7.3.6 or higher, so you should make sure that your server instance meets that requirement. More information about Grav requirements can be found in the requirements chapter of this guide.
Every web server must be configured. Grav ships with .htaccess by default, for Apache, and comes with some default server configuration files, for nginx, caddy server, iis, and lighttpd. Use them accordingly when needed. 041b061a72