Command line tools
The scripts require the use of Tomcat application server, primarily for EC2 instances.
The shell tools are compatible with the following distributions
- Amazon linux
- RedHat linux
- CentOS linux
Other versions are likely compatible if they support yum installer.
JBoss tools are currently under development (no scheduled release date).
The Tempus Serva Linux script tools are open source (LGPL), and you are free to use and modify them however you see fit. The tools are defined by all files with the .sh or .bat extension.
As the tools themselves are subject to semiautomatic upgrades, we strongly recommend that you keep backups of files you have modified. Future versions of the scripts are not guaranteed to be compatible, with earlier versions or your own modifications.
Installing the tools
Execute the following commands from youre UNIX command line
- cd /usr/bin
- sudo wget -N http://www.tempusserva.dk/deploy/amazon-tomcat7/tsrefreshscripts.sh
- sudo chmod 777 tsrefreshscripts.sh
The tools are installed into /usr/bin, and made available for all users with access to the server.
All script variables are controlled from a single file
|tsconfiguration.sh||Variables: Paths for the installation and timezone localization|
All installers will ensure that underlying depencies are installed too
- MySQL driver
- TrueType fonts
A check is completed before each install operation
|tsinstall.sh||Installs Tempus Serva and all dependencies to /TempusServa and names databases: tslive, tstest, tsbase|
|tsinstallinstance.sh [application]||Installs Tempus Serva and all dependencies to [application] and names the databases [application] + postfix: live, test, base|
|tsquickinstall.sh||Installs Tempus Serva and all dependencies to /TempusServa, files are saved to root home folder and names databases: tslive, tstest, tsbase|
Update with newer version
During an upgrade the following operations are performed
- Tomcat server is stopped
- Database is backed up
- Binaries are backed up
- New binarys are installed (TempusServa.war)
- New base definitions are imported (xxxbase database)
Note: Remember to start the server after upgrades
|tsupgrade.sh||Upgrades the /TempusServa default installation|
|tsupgradeinstance.sh [application]||Upgrades the application by the name [application]|
|tsupgradebetatest.sh [application]||Upgrades the application by the name [application] with a nightly build. The backup step is skipped, and the server is automatically started.
Note: Use in production environments at your own risc
|tsstatus.sh||Lists various informations
|tsusageinfo.sh [instance]||Retrieves information from [instance] about user and solution names|
|tslogsgrep.sh [search]||Fetches information from Tomcat log files, that contains [search]|
|tslogstail.sh||Fetches information from Tomcat log files|
|tsboot.sh||Performs normal boot operations
|tsstop.sh||Stops both MySQL AND Tomcat|
|tsstart.sh||Starts both MySQL AND Tomcat|
|tsrestart.sh||Stops Tomcat and starts it again (use: patch, change connection string etc)|
|tstomcatrestart.sh||Stops and starts Tomcat|
Note the following scripts do not take care of firewalls etc.
|tsmysqlremotestart.sh||Creates remote user with DB access and prints credentials to screen|
|tsmysqlremotestop.sh||Removes remote user and permissions|
Other usefull scripts
|tsbackupfull.sh||Backups the database and runtime of ALL applications|
|tsbackupinstance.sh [application]||Backups the database and runtime of an application named [application]|
|tsrefreshscripts.sh||Check for updates and installs new versions of these scripts (tsxxx.sh)|
|tscloneinstance.sh [source] [target]||Make a complete copy of another solution (source)|