Virtual Machine and Web Container Configuration¶
Click Configure to open the “Denodo Platform Control Center configuration”. In this dialog, you can do the following:
- Select the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) used to run the Denodo Platform servers.
- The JVM parameters used to launch each Denodo server.
- The ports that the Denodo embedded Web container listens for incoming connections.
To select the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) used to run the Denodo Platform servers, click Configure and then, Edit. In this dialog, you can add a JVM present on your system that you want the Denodo Platform servers to run with. The Denodo servers will run with the JVM that is selected on the list.
Although it is possible to change the JVM, we recommend running the
Denodo servers with the “Denodo (Internal JVM)”, unless you have used
denodo-install-6.0.zip installer, which does not include a Java
Runtime Environment (JRE).
To configure the JVM options of each Denodo server, click Configure and then, JVM options. This dialog has two tabs:
Memory options. In this tab, you can change the JVM parameters of each Denodo server. The section Configuration of the JVM Parameters from the Command Line explains how to change these parameters in a host without graphical support.
RMI host. In this tab, you can configure the RMI host name for each server of the Denodo Platform. You have to change this if the host where the Denodo server runs provides several network interfaces. In this case, you have to specify a network interface (as an IP address or a host name) that is visible to clients that have to connect to this server.
If the Denodo servers run on Linux, you always have to do this.
In both tabs, next to each field there is a button () that can be used to go back to the default value. The Ok button will save the configuration changes, which will be applied in the next startup of the affected programs.
To configure the ports that the Denodo embedded Web container listens for incoming connections, click Configure and enter the desired ports in HTTP port number, Shutdown port number and Auxiliary port number.
You can also configure these ports using the Virtual DataPort Administration Tool (see section Server Administration - Configuring the Server of the Virtual DataPort Administration Guide for information about how to do this).