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How to change DSS port?

Dataiker
Dataiker
How to change DSS port?
Hello everyone,

I made an installation of Dataiku DSS 1.4 (ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server) but I made a mistake when I gave the connection port to the installer. I tried to modify it through env-site.sh but failed, and then I chose to simply delete dataiku-dss folder to uninstall.

I reinstalled dss with the right port, but when I reach localhost:port it display "Apache Sqoop ROOT" instead of asking me login/password ...

My guess is that the "wild uninstall" followed by new installation made something wrong.

Could you please help me to make DSS run fine ?

EDIT:

Thank you Jeremy! When you told me to choose wisely the port I checked, the one used for my install was already taken by sqoop2. I changed this one and restarted Sqoop2 and Dataiku then everything worked well!
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Dataiker
Dataiker

Hi Matt,



Here is the procedure to change DSS TCP port.



For versions up to 2.0.4:




  • edit env-site.sh

  • run ./DATA_DIR/bin/post-install



 



For version 2.1.0 and above:




  • edit env-default.sh: change the line export DKU_BASE_PORT=

  • data_dir/bin/dss stop

  • in the install dir (not the data_dir), rerun the installer:

    ./installer.sh -u -d data_dir

  • data_dir/bin/dss start



For 2.3 and above, see http://doc.dataiku.com/dss/latest/installation/migrations.html



 



 



A few recommendations when choosing your port for DSS:




  • The port number must be above 1024

  • DSS may use up to 10 consecutive ports

  • These ports must be free (you can use this command to check: netstat -antu)



I hope that helps.



Jeremy & Jean-Baptiste

Jeremy, Product Manager at Dataiku
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