The RedHat installation uses the RPM package. Installation is supported on RedHat and RedHat based operating systems such as CentOS.
To install, use the rpm command-line tool with the RPM package that you downloaded. You must be logged in as root (Superuser) to complete the installation:
root-shell> rpm --install membase-server
version is the version number of the
Once the rpm command has been executed, the Membase server starts automatically, and is configured to automatically start during boot under the 2, 3, 4, and 5 runlevels. Refer to the RedHat RPM documentation for more information about installing packages using RPM.
Once installation has completed, the installation process will display a message similar to that below:
Starting Membase server: [ OK ] You have successfully installed Membase Server. Please browse to http://hostname:8091/ to configure your server. Please refer to http://membase.com/support for additional resources. Please note that you have to update your firewall configuration to allow connections to the following ports: 11211, 11210, 4369, 8091 and from 21100 to 21199. By using this software you agree to the End User License Agreement. See /opt/membase/LICENSE.txt.
Once installed, you can use the RedHat chkconfig command to manage the Membase Server service, including checking the current status and creating the links to enable and disable automatic startup. Refer to the RedHat documentation for instructions.
To continue installation you must open a web browser and access the web administration interface. See Section 4, “Setting up Membase Server”.