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If you want to try it for your dCache installation you can find two RPM files you need on this page:

The first one (*-i386.rpm) is a binary package, the second one (*-src.rpm) is a source package.

To install the monitoring package do the following:

  1. Install binary rpm. Installation can be performed using this command:

    [root] # rpm -Uvh web-dcache-*-i386.rpm

  2. Stop Tomcat if it is running

  3. Untar web-dcache.tgz archive into Tomcat webapps/ directory. This should be done by

    [root] # tar xfz /opt-dcache/web-dcache/web-dcache.tgz

  4. Install lps servlet into Tomcat webapps/ directory

    1. Untar lps.tgz archive. This should be done by

      [root] # tar xfz /opt-dcache/web-dcache/lps.tgz

    2. Untar plots.tar archive. This should be done by

      [root] # tar xf /opt-dcache/web-dcache/plots.tar

  5. Copy the file /opt/d-cache/share/java/postgresql-8.1-405.jdbc3.jar into Tomcat common/lib/ directory.

  6. In the file ...webapps/web-dcache/META-INF/context.xml put your real database name, database username and the password. Set its protection to 0600

    [root] # chmod 0600 ...webapps/web-dcache/META-INF/context.xml

  7. Start Tomcat and wait for a few minutes

  8. Go to URL: http://<your_server_name>:<tomcat_port_number>/lps/plots/src/plots.lzx