Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1009723
RFE: Add information about starting memcached and hot rod servers
Last modified: 2013-11-07 18:37:25 EST
Use ISPN information for reference, for example:
These should be separate topics and with as much detail as required. Refer to downloads section in customer service portal for JDG to see separate packages required for these, if any.
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Infinispan/JDG Server is a "server container" based on AS/EAP. The server can host multiple endpoints (HotRod, Memcached, REST)
./bin/standalone.sh will bring up the default server configuration which for JDG includes an example endpoint for the three protocols mentioned above
Confirmed the following brief steps to start the server in Memcached or HotRod from Tristant:
1. Download the server distribution
2. Unpack it to a local directory
3. Launch it using ./bin/standalone.sh which will bring up the server configuration with the 3 endpoints HotRod, Memcached and REST
4. Start the server
Misha: From the steps you outlined, it does not look like there are specific commands to launch Hot Rod or memcached. Is that correct? If so, there is no need to add new topics with how to run those.
In addition to step 3, it can also be launched using ./bin/clustered.sh which is starting server using clustered.xml configuration
Server is started by ./bin/standalone.sh or ./bin/clustered.sh so no need of step 4
Confirmed from JDG SMEs that there is NO specific command to start HotRod or Memcached server. You just start the JDG server and it has all connectors started.
Misha, you said there is no need to add new topics if there are no specific commands to run Memcached or HotRod. So what next for this bug?
Closing bug as the investigation revealed this is not a bug.