Create and Start an EM4J-Enabled tc Runtime Instance

You create an EM4J-enabled tc Runtime instance with the tcruntime-instance command, specifying the elastic-memory template. This is no different than using any other tc Server template, but note these caveats:



  1. Change to the tc Server installation directory and create an EM4J-enabled tc Runtime instance.

    For example:

    prompt$ ./ create instanceName -t elastic-memory 

    Replace instanceName with the name of the runtime instance. You can use additional templates (-t option) or use any of the other features of the tcruntime-instance command described in " Reference" in Getting Started with vFabric tc Server.

  2. Start the instance using the command.

    For example:

    prompt$ ./ instanceName start
  3. To verify that EM4J started successfully, look in CATALINA_HOME/logs/catalina.out for the message EM4J 1.0.x agent initialized.

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