I need yours help for this activity.
Thanks for reaching out with your question. The process you need to take will depend on your OS.
When installing Yellowfin in Windows, you have the ability to generate the service file during install. If you did not choose this method you can follow the instructions here to install the service.
For Linux it will be necessary to create a system file (systemd), or a symlink to the startup script if running the older init process. For more information on creating a system file please review this link. Particularly step 9 and on.
Let me know if this is what you were looking for.
I wanted to check in and see if you had any further questions on this.
I am using window server 2008 r2 and 2012 r2. how to create a script for yellow fin to run automatically when server reboot and start. please guide me properly step by step.
Please review this link:
Installing Yellowfin as a Windows Service
Good afternoon !!!!
Please find the screenshot. I have run the service install Yellowfin
have need to scheduled to service.bat program.
Please guide me for next step.
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Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2018 8:24 PM
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If you've installed Yellowfin as a service, you can simply set it to 'Automatic' start. This can be done via the 'Services' applet. Simply find Yellowfin, right-click, choose Properties, and set it to Automatic start.
You do not need to schedule the program. If you feel you do have need to do so, this is outside the scope of Yellowfin Support.
Thanks for resolve this issue. Now one yellow fin application is working with automatically when server rebooting.
But another one server where we have installed two yellow fin application.
One yellow fin Service installed successfully without any error. But another showing “failed installation service” as attached on the screenshot.
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2018 10:51 PM
Happy to help. In order to install two separate Yellowfin services on one box, you will need to name your services differently.
service install Yellowfin
will install the service and name it Yellowfin.
Once you have an existing service named Yellowfin, you will have to use a different name. I often denote the version with my service name, such as:
service install Yellowfin74
Good Afternoon !!!!
Issue has been resolved.
Thanks a lot..
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2018 8:12 PM
Happy to help! I'll go ahead and mark this as Answered. Please don't hesitate to reach out with further questions or issues.
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