7. Starting and Stopping Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat

7.1 Starting Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat

To start Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat run the startup.sh (Linux) or startup.bat (Windows) script. For both platforms, the script is located in the SERVER_HOME/bin directory.

[Note]Note
This chapter applies to Virgo Nano too. Note that since VN has a single region you can ignore the console output from the user region and focus on the instructions. A successful startup of VN is as simple as that:
[2011-12-28 11:41:31.528] startup-tracker              <KE0001I> Kernel starting. 
[2011-12-28 11:41:31.602] startup-tracker              <KE0002I> Kernel started. 
	      

Linux

To start Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat, open a terminal window and run startup.sh:

prompt$ cd $SERVER_HOME
prompt$ bin/startup.sh

Once Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat has started, the console will display a log message similar to the one shown below, along with other status messages:

[2009-11-30 12:12:12.111] Thread-2   <UR0001I> User region ready.

The preceding message indicates that you can start using VTS.

Microsoft Windows

To start Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat, open a command-window and run startup.bat:

prompt> cd %SERVER_HOME%
prompt> bin\startup.bat

Once Virgo Server for Apache Tomcat has started, the console will display a log message similar to the one shown below, along with other status messages:

[2009-11-30 12:12:12.111] Thread-2   <UR0001I> User region ready.

The preceding message indicates that you can start using VTS.