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Deployment

Standalone HTTP server

The MyARM web browser front end can be used as a standalone HTTP server. Therefore the following shell scripts is provided in the scripts directory of the MyARM installation:

myarmadmin.wt
starts the MyARM Administration web front end

The script accepts command line parameters for overriding the default settings for the HTTP server address and port:

Usage:

myarmadmin.wt [options] [config]
-p port, --port port
Uses port as the HTTP server port. Default is 8081.
-a addr, --addr addr
Uses addr as the HTTP server address. Default is 127.0.0.1.
config
specifies a MyARM configuration file name to use (e.g. mysql.conf). Default is to use the current MyARM configuration file.
myarmbrowser.wt
starts the MyARM Browser web front end

The script accepts command line parameters for overriding the default settings for the HTTP server address and port:

Usage:

myarmbrowser.wt [options] [config]
-p port, --port port
Uses port as the HTTP server port. Default is 8080.
-a addr, --addr addr
Uses addr as the HTTP server address. Default is 127.0.0.1.
config
specifies a MyARM configuration file name to use (e.g. mysql.conf). Default is to use the current MyARM configuration file.

The maximum number of active session is limited to 2.

myarmrtsbrowser.wt
starts the MyARM RTS-Browser web front end

The script accepts command line parameters for overriding the default settings for the HTTP server address and port:

Usage:

myarmrtsbrowser.wt [options] [config]
-p port, --port port
Uses port as the HTTP server port. Default is 8082.
-a addr, --addr addr
Uses addr as the HTTP server address. Default is 127.0.0.1.
config
specifies a MyARM configuration file name to use (e.g. mysql.conf). Default is to use the current MyARM configuration file.

The maximum number of active session is limited to 2.

myarmrtsmonitor.wt
starts the MyARM RTS-Monitor web front end

The script accepts command line parameters for overriding the default settings for the HTTP server address and port:

Usage:

myarmrtsmonitor.wt [options] [config]
-p port, --port port
Uses port as the HTTP server port. Default is 8083.
-a addr, --addr addr
Uses addr as the HTTP server address. Default is 127.0.0.1.
config
specifies a MyARM configuration file name to use (e.g. mysql.conf). Default is to use the current MyARM configuration file.

The maximum number of active session is limited to 2.