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:

  1. Scheduler server. A server for scheduling jobs.

  2. Scheduler Index server. This server indexes data in the repository.

  3. Web Administration tool. Web administration tool for the Scheduler and Index servers.

The servers and the web administration tool can be started and stopped using the Denodo Platform Control Center. To connect to the web administration you can click the link from the control center or you can open the URL http://<host>:<port>/webadmin/denodo-scheduler-admin in your browser. For example, if you have installed the web container in the default port, 9090, and you are accessing from the local host you have to open the URL http://127.0.0.1:9090/webadmin/denodo-scheduler-admin/.

In the case of Windows machines, during the installation process you can choose to start the servers and the web tools as Windows services.

Alternatively, scripts are provided in the path <DENODO_HOME>/bin:

  • There is a script for the scheduling server scheduler_startup.sh (scheduler_startup.bat in Windows) to start it and a script scheduler_shutdown.sh (scheduler_shutdown.bat in Windows) to stop it. To start and stop the Web administration tool the scripts scheduler_webadmin_startup.sh and scheduler_webadmin_shutdown.sh are available (scheduler_webadmin_startup.bat and scheduler_webadmin_shutdown.bat in Windows).

  • There is a script for the indexing server arnindex_startup.sh (arnindex_startup.bat in Windows) to start it and a script arnindex_shutdown.sh (arnindex_shutdown.bat in Windows) to stop it. To start and stop the Web administration tool the scripts arn_webadmin_startup.sh and arn_webadmin_shutdown.sh are available (arn_webadmin_startup.bat and arn_webadmin_shutdown.bat in Windows).

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 over the Denodo Platform installation folder and all of its subfolders. In the case of the indexing server and the web administration tool the scripts are named as arnindexservice.bat and scheduler_webadmintool_service.bat respectively.