The Settings window allows you to manage the amount of ram allocated for the database and application servers. In addition, you can add configuration options for the database and Jboss, and select the database connection type. To see a list of the available JBoss configuration options, click More...
Web server settings are defined during initial installation, but can be changed later in the Web server section of the Setup menu. You may change all parameters related to external web server integration, as well as those for the built-in Apache Tomcat server. The input fields are described in more detail in the Database Server section of
The Service Control menu contains the settings for
- How the system should handle stop and restarting the database or JBoss server, and which service should be affected when a start/stop/restart happens
- Memory dumps
- Broadcast messages
- Start/stop timeouts
- Duration of inactivity value for the broadcast message during the outage
- How to monitor the services
If you are running a version of
In general, the update process has the following stages:
- Back up everything that should be backed up. This may include KBs, software code, database files, etc., depending on what is to be updated.
- Obtain new licenses for the new release, if it is a major upgrade with a new main version number.
- Run the automated
software update to replace installed software and/or data that should be updated.
- Roll back to pre-update state if something goes wrong.
There are three ways to run the update process:
The online update option is the simplest method. Run Setup and select Software Update from the main menu, then click Check for updates online. Setup will automatically check to see if a new version of
If an earlier release of
Command line utility ewupdate
The ewupdate command line utility performs an update with all default options if run without any arguments. Use the –help option to print a short help screen. If you wish to use the command line updater with non-default options, use the command line arguments listed below.
Command line options
These options are also available using the ewupdate utility. Default options can be changed using the command-line options listed, which correspond to the options presented in web GUI mode. For additional update options, use the –help command to print a list of commands.
Corresponding ewupdate command-line option
Backup database data using OS-level backup
This command only applies if the built-in MySQL server is used. Under normal circumstances a full OS-level backup is made. Use this option to skip the default OS-level backup of the MySQL directory. No database restoration will be possible if the upgrade fails.
Skip checkers unless any patchers were run
When the application server starts it performs data checks for consistency; data checking may take a long time. Use this option to skip data checking if no data was changed on update. This may speed the application server starting.
Skip project backup if possible
At the very beginning of the update process all existing projects are saved to the backup directory. If this option is set then no project backup is performed, if allowed. Project backup is required in some update modes.
Don't delete temporary files after update
Upon update, temporary files are normally stored on the hard drive. These may include data backups, unpacked new
Don't backup temporary files - logs etc
If this option is set then no temporary files such as log files are backed up before the update. This saves used disk space and shortens elapsed time.
Update options allow the user to set certain update process details. When performing an update in web GUI mode, you can change the default options on the update options page, shown below:
After confirming that you really want to uninstall the software, the uninstaller removes the current instance of