Striim 4.0.4 documentation

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Using the console in a terminal or command prompt

If Striim is installed in /opt, the command to run the console is:

/opt/Striim/bin/console.sh -c <cluster name>

In Windows, if Striim is installed in c:\striim, the command to run the console is:

\striim\bin\console -c <cluster name>

Note

For the Windows command prompt, set the font to Consola, Lucida Console, or another monospace font that has box-drawing characters.

The following switches may be used:

-c <cluster name>: the name of the cluster to connect to (if omitted, will default to the current user name)

-f <path><file name>.tql: a TQL file containing commands to run when console starts (if not specified from root, path is relative to the Striim program directory)

-H false: if HTTPS has been disabled, use this to connect to Striim using HTTP

-i <IP address>: if the system has multiple IP addresses, specify the one for the console to use

-p <password>: the password to use to log in (if omitted, you will be prompted after the console connects)

-S <IP address>: the IP address of the Striim server (the value of ServerNodeAddress in startUp.properties; required if HTTP has been disabled)

-t <port>: specify the HTTP port if not 9080

-T <port>: specify the HTTPS port if not 9081

-u <user name>: the user to log in as (if omitted, you will be prompted after the console connects)

The following commands are intended primarily for use at the command line rather than in .tql application files. DDL and component reference and ad-hoc queries may also be entered at the command line.