Installation and Execution¶
The Denodo Platform Installation Guide provides all the information required to install Denodo Scheduler, including the minimum requirements for hardware and software, and instructions for the use of the installation tool and for the initial system configuration.
Denodo Scheduler includes three components:
Scheduler server. A server for scheduling jobs.
Indexing/search server (Scheduler Index). This server indexes data in the repository. It is also able to run searches in the same manner as the search server.
Web administration server. Server which supports the Web administration tool of the scheduling and indexing servers.
The servers can be started and stopped using the Denodo Platform Control Center. To connect to the administration tool you need to use the user “admin” with the initial password “admin”. The default URL for accessing the Web administration tool to administer the Scheduler server from a local machine is http://localhost:9090/webadmin/denodo-scheduler-admin. In the case of the Scheduler Index server, it is http://localhost:9090/webadmin/denodo-aracne-admin.
Alternatively, scripts are provided in the path
There is a script for the scheduling server
scheduler_startup.batin Windows) to start it and a script
scheduler_shutdown.batin Windows) to stop it. To start and stop the Web administration tool the scripts
scheduler_webadmin_shutdown.share available (
There is a script for the indexing server
arnindex_startup.batin Windows) to start it and a script
arnindex_shutdown.batin Windows) to stop it. To start and stop the Web administration tool the scripts
arn_webadmin_shutdown.share available (
In the case of Windows machines, a script is included to install the
scheduling server as a service. The script receives the name
schedulerservice.bat. If the service is configured to be started
with a specific user account, this one needs to have full or
administration privileges on over the Denodo Platform installation
folder and all of its subfolders. In the case of the indexing server,
the script is named as