How to start the CPS

How to start the CPS

Post by deandye » Thu, 18 Sep 2008 23:54:16

Okay, we had a power outage and the CPS server isn't set up in the autoload on
our server, so it didn't come back up when we got power back.  We're running on
Linux, and I used the default Simple Install, but I can't find a directory for
the CPS, and the default start command in the install guide, ./bin/startCPS sh,
doesn't work.  I seem to remember finding an alternate start command somewhere,
but can't find it again.  

 Can anyone help with this really basic, stupid question?

 Thanks in advance.


How to start the CPS

Post by deandye » Fri, 19 Sep 2008 00:22:24

Doh!  Default install is in the /root directory.  

 Reminds me of a scene from Labyrinth:

 Security Conscience: "Don't go that way, never go that way."

 [admin wanders off elsewhere]

 Security Conscience: "That way leads you straight to the CPS server at the
middle of the file structure."


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