|Running SMILA as service [message #644628]
||Mon, 13 December 2010 14:42
| Martin Röbert
Registered: December 2010
Location: Leipzig, Germany
atm I try to work out a concept for deploying SMILA at a production environment (Linux) where SMILA should start at automatically (init.d)
So far starting is not the problem - but how can I provide a sufficient way to stop SMILA and give a status?
Thanks in advance,
[Updated on: Mon, 13 December 2010 14:43]
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|Re: Running SMILA as service [message #645469 is a reply to message #644785]
||Fri, 17 December 2010 10:28
| Igor Novakovic
Registered: July 2009
I would also first try to eliminate the usual suspects.|
I am using this feature constantly via SMILA.ini, so it works for me
Perhaps you did not put the port number in the new line _just right
after_ the "-console" definition?
For example, my SMILA.ini starts like this:
Hope this helps.
Am 14.12.2010 09:52, schrieb Jürgen Schumacher:
> Am 14.12.2010, 08:01 Uhr, schrieb Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> and thanks for that fast answer.
>> As you mentioned it I stumbled accross this FAQ-entry already but I
>> never go it working for me - I couldn't connect via telnet to the
>> port. Have you any hints regarding this issue? Or any other suggestion
>> to my problem ;)
>> Thanks in advance,
> Apart from the usual suspects (firewall etc ....): not really (;
> We are using this ourselves, though not via the SMILA.ini file but as a
> command line parameter "-console 9005".
> Ok, one idea: it must be placed before the -vmargs parameter.
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