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Sun OpenDS Standard Edition 2.0 Installation Guide

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Directory Server System Requirements

Hardware Requirements

Supported Operating Systems

Operating System Requirements

Java Requirements

Environment Variables

To specify a JVMTM Installation for the Directory Server

File Descriptor Requirements (Linux Systems)

To Increase the File Descriptor Limit (Linux)

Installing the Directory Server

Configuring the JVM, Java Options, and Database Cache

Upgrading the Directory Server

Starting and Stopping the Directory Server

Managing the Directory Server as a Service

Uninstalling the Directory Server

Environment Variables

You must provide the directory server with information about the location of the Java installation that should be used by setting the OPENDS_JAVA_HOME environment variable. A potential problem could arise if the OPENDS_JAVA_HOME environment variable is not set, or does not point to the root of a valid (at least Java 5.0, JRE 1.5.0_08) installation. Alternatively, using the OPENDS_JAVA_BIN variable to point to the absolute path of the Java executable may be helpful if you want to use a 64-bit JVM rather than the default 32-bit version (for example, $JAVA/bin/sparcv9/java or $JAVA/bin/amd64/java.

To specify a JVMTM Installation for the Directory Server