Service Registry 3.1 Administration Guide

ProcedureTo Configure Service Registry as a Non-Root User Using Custom Properties After a Configure Later Installation

Before You Begin

These instructions assume that you are logged in as an ordinary user, not as root, and that someone logged in as root has installed Service Registry.

  1. Change to the ServiceRegistry-base/install directory.

  2. Copy the file to a location in your home directory and rename it.

    Use a command like the following:

    cp $HOME/
  3. Open your copy of the file in a text editor and modify properties as needed.

    You must supply password values for the following properties, which are left empty in the template file:

  4. Change the permissions on the file so that only you can read it.

    Use a command like the following:

    chmod 400 $HOME/
  5. In the ServiceRegistry-base/install directory, run a command like the following (all on one line), specifying the location of the modified file.

    Ant-base/ant -f build-install.xml$HOME/ configure

    Use a similar command to run any other configuration targets that you need.

    The Registry configuration process creates an Application Server domain at $HOME/srvc-registry/domains/${registry.install.DomainName}. The default domain name is registry.

    The Registry configuration process installs the Registry database and server keystore in the directory $HOME/srvc-registry/3.0.

    The Registry configuration process creates a directory named $HOME/srvc-registry/cacerts for you to place added certificates that the Application Server domain should trust.

  6. Review the output of the ant configure command for any errors.

    If there are no errors, you can now begin using the Web Console or the Admin Tool.