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Altova FlowForce Server 2022 

This topic describes how to start Altova LicenseServer (LicenseServer for short) and FlowForce Server. You must have administrator (root) privileges to be able to start these programs, so you should run these commands as the root user. If you are logged in as root, you can leave out the sudo keyword from the commands listed below.

 

Start LicenseServer

To correctly register and license FlowForce Server with LicenseServer, LicenseServer must be running as a daemon on the network. Start LicenseServer as a daemon with the following command:

 

[< Debian 8]

sudo /etc/init.d/licenseserver start  

[≥ Debian 8]

sudo systemctl start licenseserver

[< CentOS 7]

sudo initctl start licenseserver

[≥ CentOS 7]

sudo systemctl start licenseserver

[< Ubuntu 15]

sudo initctl start licenseserver

[≥ Ubuntu 15]

sudo systemctl start licenseserver

[RedHat]

sudo initctl start licenseserver  

 

If at any time you need to stop LicenseServer, replace start with stop in the above commands. For example:

sudo systemctl stop licenseserver

 

Start FlowForce Server

Start FlowForce Server as a daemon with the command appropriate for your system from those listed below. Since FlowForce Server consists of two services, flowforceserver and flowforcewebserver, start each separately using the appropriate command.:

 

[< Debian 8]

sudo /etc/init.d/flowforceserver start  

[≥ Debian 8]

sudo systemctl start flowforceserver

[< CentOS 7]

sudo initctl start flowforceserver

[≥ CentOS 7]

sudo systemctl start flowforceserver

[< Ubuntu 15]

sudo initctl start flowforceserver

[≥ Ubuntu 15]

sudo systemctl start flowforceserver

[RedHat]

sudo initctl start flowforceserver  

 

If at any time you need to stop FlowForce Server, replace start with stop in the above commands. For example:

sudo systemctl stop flowforceserver

 

Check status of daemons

To check if a daemon is running, run the following command, replacing servicename with the name of the daemon you want to check:

sudo service servicename status

 

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