Aeolus: How to get started

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(Directions for checking out and running code)
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# Prerequisites
# Prerequisites
#* MySql database
#* MySql database
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#** Install the rpms or packages (mysql, mysql-server, mysql-devel)
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#** Start the server (/etc/rc.d/init.d/mysqld start)
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#** chkconfig on for the server (to restart on reboot)
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#** set passwords appropriately (probably need -p in the second one)
#* java 1.6
#* java 1.6
# Check out code
# Check out code

Revision as of 17:00, 9 March 2011

Directions for checking out and running code

  1. Prerequisites
    • MySql database
      • Install the rpms or packages (mysql, mysql-server, mysql-devel)
      • Start the server (/etc/rc.d/init.d/mysqld start)
      • chkconfig on for the server (to restart on reboot)
      • set passwords appropriately (probably need -p in the second one)
    • java 1.6
  2. Check out code
    • svn co svn+ssh://<Your-Name-Here>@lirone.csail.mit.edu/space/svnroot/aeolus/src
    • alternatively use eclipse to check out the sources from the repo
  3. Build code
    • use eclipse to browse to build.xml
    • right click on build.xml and then choose Ant Build from the menu
  4. Create environment
    • Create databases (once)
      • AUTHORITY SERVER (per authority/server/AuthorityManager.java)
        • CREATE DATABASE AeolusAuthority;
        • CONNECT AeolusAuthority;
        • GRANT ALL ON * TO 'aeolus'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'PFlate762!';
      • AUDITING (per auditing/MySQLPersistentLogging.java)
        • CREATE DATABASE AeolusLogging;
        • CONNECT AeolusLogging;
        • GRANT ALL ON * TO 'aeolusLogger'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'PFlate762!';
    • Start authority server and audit server
      • cd ~/workspace/aeolus/dist ./aeolus-server.jar &
  1. Run code
    • java -cp ~/workspace/aeolus/aeolus/dist/aeolus-rt.jar edu.mit.csail.aeolus.runtime.RuntimeLoader ~/workspace/aeolus/aeolus/dist/aeolus-medical.jar edu.mit.csail.aeolus.apps.testapps.HelloWorld

Note: aeolus-medical.jar contains all the classes in apps (or at least approximately)

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