Standalone Install (Script)
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Red Hat 7 or Centos 7
16 GB Ram
50 GB Disk
Download using the curl command below
Access the machine through either a cloud shell or SSH. The snippet below is an example SSH command.
ssh -i <your_key> <user>@<public-ipv4-ip-address>
Your pem file should have correct permissions. A simple command to confirm the permissions is
sudo chmod 400 <your_key>
After you enter your SSH into the Centos or Redhat VM, run these commands from the command line:
curl -o cdq_install.sh https://owl-packages.s3.amazonaws.com/MP/cdq_install.sh
sudo chmod +x cdq_install.sh
echo | ./cdq_install.sh
The most common directory to use for installation is your user directory (/home/<user>). You do not need to create any directories. The install script will create the correct directory structure. The user should have sudo access to perform the installation and the directory should not be a restricted system directory.
Login to the application using user:
admin123for the first time.
Make sure you have access to the server and port. Adding the correct security group or whitelisting your IP address is a common step to be able to access an application running on a cloud server.
Using the same command, you can bring your own license or use a different download link.
./cdq_install.sh "<Installer Download Link>" "<License Key>"
Once the installation script is complete, check the details of the processes on the server.
ps -ef | grep -i spark
ps -ef | grep -i owl-web
ps -ef | grep -i owl-agent
ps -ef | grep -i postgres
When all of the processes are up and running, log into your standalone instance of Collibra Data Quality.
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If you receive an error with the message, "Application already running on port 8080," enter the following command:
sudo netstat -plten |grep java
You can then use a
killcommand to kill the process.
kill -9 <appId>
If you receive a "permission denied" error message, make sure that you are using