Starting and stopping the Data360 Analyze Server - Data360_Analyze - 3.14

Data360 Analyze Server Installation

Product type
Software
Portfolio
Verify
Product family
Data360
Product
Data360 Analyze
Version
3.14
Language
English
Product name
Data360 Analyze
Title
Data360 Analyze Server Installation
Copyright
2024
First publish date
2016
ft:lastEdition
2024-06-06
ft:lastPublication
2024-06-06T14:54:50.968816

The default port numbers are shown below, where <version> is the Data360 Analyze version and <port> is the port number on which the server is listening:

Server

Default port number

Data360 Analyze-<port>-Server<version>

7731

Data360 Analyze-<port>-PostgresServer-<version>-<port>

5432

Data360 Analyze-<port>-TomcatServer<version>-<port>

HTTP: 8080

Stop: 8089

Starting / stopping the server on Windows Server

From time to time, you may want to restart the Data360 Analyze servers, for example, when directed to do so by Support.

  1. Open the Windows Services dialog.
  2. From the Windows Services dialog, you can complete the following actions:
    • You can configure the server settings by selecting Properties from the context menu. For example, you can select a Manual or Automatic Startup type. By default, the server Status is set to Started and the Startup type is set to Automatic.
    • You can view the port number that each service is running on.
    • You can start, stop and restart the Data360 Analyze, Tomcat and Postgres database services by right-clicking the service and selecting the relevant option from the context menu.
      CAUTION:
      You must start/stop the servers in the following order.
      Stopping the servers
      1. Data360 Analyze
      2. Tomcat
      3. Postgres

      Starting the servers

      1. Postgres
      2. Tomcat
      3. Data360 Analyze

Starting / stopping the server on Linux

You can start or stop the server processes on Linux by executing the following commands:

./launchData360 Analyze.sh

./stopData360 Analyze.sh

These commands start / stop all required processes in the correct order on Linux.

Or, if you have configured a multi-user installation, use the following scripts to start / stop the server processes, ensuring that the user who runs the script corresponds to the task, for example myDba must run the startData360AnalyzePostgresDb.sh and stopData360AnalyzePostgresDb.sh scripts.

startData360AnalyzeExecutionServer.sh

startData360AnalyzePostgresDb.sh

startData360AnalyzeTomcatServer.sh

stopData360AnalyzeExecutionServer.sh

stopData360AnalyzePostgresDb.sh

stopData360AnalyzeTomcatServer.sh

For more information on configuring a multi-user installation, see the Data360 Analyze Server Installation Guide.