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yum install java-1.8.0-openjdk

Main Components

Fedora Commons Repository

Tomcat

Fedora runs as a webapp in Tomcat

Install Apache Tomcat 

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titleRHEL 7

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MariaDB

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titleMariaDB

MariaDB is now the default database system for CentOS/RHEL7 and can be used interchangeably with MySql.  MySql or PostgreSQL can be substituted if desired.

Avalon uses MariaDB for storing search queries, user data and roles, and as a back end our encoding dashboard. 

Install MariaDB server 

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yum install mariadb-server
systemctl start mariadb

Fedora Commons Repository

Tomcat

Fedora runs as a webapp in Tomcat

Install Apache Tomcat 

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titleRHEL 7
yum install tomcat
vim /etc/tomcat/server.xml #line 71, change the Tomcat connector port from 8080 to 8984

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wget http://archive.apache.org/dist/lucene/solr/76.76.26/solr-76.76.26.tgz
tar xzf solr-76.76.26.tgz solr-76.76.26/bin/install_solr_service.sh --strip-components=2
bash ./install_solr_service.sh solr-76.76.26.tgz

By default, the script extracts the distribution archive into /opt, configures Solr to write files into /var/solr, and runs Solr as the solr user. Follow the linked guide if you wish to change these defaults.

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If you have successfully installed Solr you should be able to access the dashboard page at http://<server host name>:8983/solr

Instructions on how to manually start/stop Solr: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/solr/Running+Solr

MariaDB

Info
titleMariaDB

MariaDB is now the default database system for CentOS/RHEL7 and can be used interchangeably with MySql.  MySql or PostgreSQL can be substituted if desired.

Avalon uses MariaDB for storing search queries, user data and roles, and as a back end our encoding dashboard

Install MariaDB server 

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be able to access the dashboard page at http://<server host name>:8983/solr

Instructions on how to manually start/stop Solr: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/solr/Running+Solr

Media Streaming Server

Warning

Nginx replaces Red5 as the default streaming server since Avalon 6.3. With the upgrade to MediaElementjs 4, we now rely completely on HLS.

An HLS-enabled server like Wowza, Adobe Media Server (commercial) or Nginx + the HLS module (open-source) can take an mp4 created from distribute-streaming and by Avalon and stream it on the fly.

Nginx instructions

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