By default, ClustrixGUI is included in the installation of ClustrixDB. You can also configure the GUI portion of ClustrixGUI to run on a standalone server. The DBI portion of ClustrixGUI must run on the database server for ClustrixGUI to run.
Log into the server as the Linux root user or a non-root Linux user with sudo privileges.
Download the standalone ClustrixGUI installer to the server, then untar and run the installer script using the non-root option
shell> tar xvf clustrix-gui-installer.current_version.tar.bz2
The installer will present you with a list of options based on your server specifications. You may use the default values for most options.
|0||OS User||The Operating System User used to run ClustrixGUI||clxgui*|
|1||ClxGUI Install Path||The path where the ClxGUI will be installed.||/opt/clustrix/clxgui|
|2||ClxGUI Data Cache Path||The path for data cached by ClxGUI.|
|3||ClxGUI Listen Address||The address at which ClxGUI listens.||0.0.0.0|
|4||ClxGUI Listen TCP Port||The TCP port used for HTTP communication by ClxGUI. If a user other than root is specified for the OS User (Option 10), the default will be 8080.|
|5||ClxGUI Log Path||The path for logs generated by ClxGUI.||/data/clustrix/log/clxgui|
|6||ClxGUI PID File Path||The location of the process identification number file for the ClxGUI.||/opt/var/run/clustrix|
*denotes default options when running as non-root.
Access ClustrixGUI by typing the ip or hostname into a web browser. For non-root installations, the include port 8080. Chrome is recommended.
If you are logging in for the first time, provide the following temporary credentials:
Once you log in you will be access the front end GUI from the standalone server and visualizing data from the target node's DBI.
Clustrix strongly recommends that you create a new user and delete the [email protected] user. To create a new user, access the "Manage Users" in the upper right corner of any page by clicking on . For more information see Managing ClustrixGUI Users.
To uninstall the Standalone ClustrixGUI, log in as root or a user with sudo access: