GemStone/S

GemStone/S run on different Linux 64 flavors (Ubuntu, Centos, ...).

To install GemStone/S server follow the instructions at: https://github.com/GsDevKit/GsDevKit_home/blob/master/docs/installation/installDevKitServer.md‚Äč

GemStone/S will be installed in the following folder: /home/linux-user-name/GsDevKit_home

Create the following Environments Variables: export GS_HOME=/home/gemstone/GsDevKit_home export PATH=$GS_HOME/bin:$PATH

To know the current GemStone/S installation run: stones

If GemStone/S is not running the command output will be: [gemstone@localhost ~]$ stones Installed Stones: 3.4.1 devKit_33 3.4.1 devKit_34 Running Stones: Running Netldis:

In this example the installed server was named devKit_34.

To start GemStone/S server run the following commands: startNetldi devKit_34 startStone devKit_34

After executing the previous commands the stones command output will be:

To stop GemStone/S server run the following commands: stopNetldi devKit_34 stopStone devKit_34

Once the installation process is finished GemStone/S should be running in your host.

Any question about the installation process can be asked in the news group at: http://forum.world.st/GLASS-f1460844.html After installing GemStone/S on Linux the host will have the following architecture: (this is simplified diagram for a detailed one check: System Administration Guide for GemStone/S 64 Bit at GemStone/S Manuals)

GemStone/S Architecture for BPM Application