Tomcat does not start automatically on server restart with CABI Jaspersoft

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Article ID: 131115

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Products

CA Spectrum

Issue/Introduction

In order for the Jaspersoft to start automatically after a restart of the machine, the "service.sh" script must be executed in the Jaspersoft folder. However, only Postgres will be started after a reboot and Tomcat will not.

Environment

CABI 6.4.x

Resolution

Auto Start/Stop with Bundled Tomcat and PostgreSQL.

To have JasperReports Server automatically start when you reboot your Linux server, you need to install the JasperReports Server database and application server as services. If you have installed JasperReports Server using the binary installer with the bundled Tomcat and bundled PostgreSQL options, an example jasperserver service script can be found in the following location:

~/scripts/linux/jasperserver

Edit this script and set permissions as described in the /scripts/linux/readme file in the same location. Once installed, these services are started automatically when you reboot. Consequently, the JasperReports Server also automatically restarts.


Additional Information

This is further documented on the JasperSoft Community Documentation page:

JasperSoft Community : Start/Stop Scripts — Linux