Now that Galactica is running, we will install the Developer Console.
Again, all commands are executed as root
Retrieve the jar file
cd /opt/indexima wget https://download.indexima.com/release/<version>/indexima-installer-visual2-<version>.zip unzip indexima-installer-visual2-<version>.zip cd visualdoop2
where <version> is the version you want to install (the latest version, the better)
Copy this block to a configuration file named config.sh located in /opt/indexima/visualdoop2/config.sh
# Path to your java/jre export JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/jre-1.8.0-openjdk # Path of a directory to store administration and temporary files export VISUALDOOP_DATA=/opt/indexima/visualdoop-data # Web server port number export VISUALDOOP_WEB_PORT=8082 # Additionnal internal settings export VISUALDOOP_HOST=0.0.0.0 export CLUSTER_MODE=true export PROJECT_MODE=false export TDS_DRIVER_CLASS=hadoophive
As you may have already done with Indexima code engine, you may need to adapt the JAVA_HOME variable to your environment.
Start the Developer Console
cd /opt/indexima ./start.sh
Check the Developer Console is running & Connect
Go to http://localhost:8082