Deploying the kidney application server on Solaris 10
The first 9 steps can be skipped if the development environment has already been set up and you are simply installing an updated version
- Download the packages required for deployment of the Kidney Server from here.
- For each package you will either have to untar or unzip before issuing the command described.
- Install ruby --
pkgadd -d ruby-1.8.7p72-sol10-x86-local.
/usr/local/binto your path - or just type the full path to ruby when you are required to run it.
- Install gcc --
pkgadd -d gcc-3.4.6-sol10-x86-local.
- If you have not done so already untar
rubygems-1.3.7.tar, then run
ruby setup.rb, from the
rubygems-1.3.7directory. This installs the
gemcommand and rubygems.
- Install libiconv --
pkgadd -d libiconv-1.13.1-sol10-x86-local.
- Install openssl --
pkgadd -d openssl-1.0.0c-sol10-x86-local.
- Download the latest Kidney Server build from here.
- Tar/gunzip the server to the required directory, denoted by
- Open the file
[[KIDNEY_HOME]]/config/app_config.jsonin an editor
ruby script/server -d -p 80 -e production. This will run the server as a deamon process (
-d), on port 80 (
-p), and using the production environment (
-e). If you just want to test that the server is running then you can omit the
-dflag and this will just run the server in the shell.