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  1. After downloading is complete, you may see a "Download successful" dialog box. If you see this dialog box, click Install and proceed to step 3. Otherwise, continue with step 2.
  2. (Skip this step if installation has already started.) Open the folder into which the new software was downloaded, copy it to the target machine, and double-click the file that you downloaded. For instance, if you downloaded XpoLog Center, doubleclick double click the file named "XpoLogCenterSetup.exe". Depending on what you are installing, you may see the Install Anywhere dialog box.
  3. When the XpoLog Setup Welcome screen appears, read the information and click Next.
    Note: Read the instructions on the following screens. The screens vary depending on what you are installing, but in general you are asked to do some or all of the instructions in the following steps.
  4. Choose a destination directory (folder). This is the location where the new software will be installed, normally C:\Program Files\XpoLogCenter. If you install your new software into the XpoLog folder that contains your current version of the software, your current version will be overwritten. If you wish to keep a copy of the old version as a backup, simply choose or create a new folder for the software that you are about to install.
  5. Choose a name for the program group; the default is XpoLog. Then, click Next.
  6. Verify all the details in the preview screen and click Install.
    Note: if you want to edit any of the details that are presented in the preview screen, click Previous to return to the desired location.
  7. When you see the prompt telling you that installation is complete, click Done
    XpoLog starts automatically unless you specified differently during the installation.


Important: At any step, you can click cancel to quit the installation.

Silent Mode:

  1. Open the folder that the new software was downloaded into, copy it to the target machine.

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  1. Execute command: XpoLogCenterSetup.exe -f installer.properties
  2. XpoLog will be installed in the background and will be started automatically, unless you specified otherwise during installation.

 

Part Three: Running Your New Software

XpoLog starts automatically after installation unless you specified differently. There is a single process - XpoLogCenter, which is presented in the Windows Services panel. It is highly recommended to configure a user on the XpoLogCenter service, which XpoLog can use while reading logs from machines in the environment.

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After downloading is complete, you may see a "Download successful" dialog box. If you see this dialog box, click Install and go on to step 3. Otherwise, continue with step 2.

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copy the installation file to your Linux machine.

  1. Open the folder that the new software was downloaded into, copy it to the target machine, and gunzip the file that you downloaded.
    For instance, if you downloaded XpoLog Center, gunzip the downloaded file (gunzip XpoLogCenterSetup.bin.gz | for x64 gunzip XpoLogCenterSetup-64.bin.gz).
  2. After unzipping the file, execute the .bin file (sh XpoLogCenterSetup.bin | for x64 sh XpoLogCenterSetup-64.bin).
    The installation wizard will start.
  3. When the XpoLog Setup message appears, read the information and follow the installation process.
  4. Read the instructions on each step.
  5. When you see the prompt telling you that installation is complete, XpoLog will be started automatically unless you specified differently.

Important: At any step, you can click cancel to quit the installation.

Silent Mode:

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Part Three: Running Your New Software

XpoLog starts automatically after installation unless you specified differently. There are several useful commands for starting, stopping, restarting, or finding out the status of the server:

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Important: At any step, you can click cancel to quit the installation.

 

Part Three: Running Your New Software

XpoLog starts automatically after installation. There are several useful commands for starting, stopping, restarting, or finding out the status of the server:

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Important: At any step, you can click cancel to quit the installation.

Silent Mode:

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Part Three: Running Your New Software

XpoLog starts automatically after installation. There are several useful commands for starting, stopping, restarting, or finding out the status of the server:

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XpoLog can be deployed on most application servers. The deployment is standard, according to the application server that you are using.
For specific information on how to deploy XpoLog on Apache Tomcat, IBM WebSphere, Oracle WebLogic, JBoss, or any other, please contact XpoLog support team at support@xplg.com
Once XpoLog WAR has been deployed successfully, the context of XpoLog is ‘logeye’. 

Part Three: Running Your New Software

Start/stop/restart the application on the application server on which you deployed XpoLog.
Note: XpoLog default context is 'logeye'.

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