Users of RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 or 8 and CentOS 7 or 8 can use the RPM package to install SEP. Other versions or distributions are not supported.
The RPM archive includes the application, all plugins, the necessary default configuration files, default setups, and integration with the operating system to start as a service.
The default installation is for single node mode.
You can optionally use Starburst Admin to manage a cluster of machines and its related configuration files.
Download the RPM installation package as described on the download page.
yumcommand to install the package:
rpm -i starburst-enterprise-*.rpm
The RPM installation deploys a service script configured with
that the service can be started automatically on OS boot. After installation,
you can manage the SEP server with the
service starburst [start|stop|restart|status]
Installation directory structure#
The RPM package places the various files used by SEP in accordance with the
Linux Filesystem Hierarchy Standard. This differs from the default
installation of SEP, where all folders are in the installation directory. For
example, with the
tar.gz, configuration files are located by default in the
etc folder of the installation directory. By contrast, the RPM package
/etc/starburst for the same purpose.
The RPM installation places Starburst Enterprise files using the following directory structure:
/usr/lib/starburst/lib/- Various libraries needed to run the product; plugins go in a
/etc/starburst- General Starburst Enterprise configuration files such as
/etc/starburst/catalog- Connector configuration files
/etc/starburst/env.sh- Contains the Java installation path used by Starburst Enterprise, allows configuring process environment variables, including secrets
/var/log/starburst- Log files
/var/lib/starburst/data- Data directory
/etc/rc.d/init.d/starburst- Control script
RPM-specific configuration settings#
In an RPM installation, the
node.properties file needs two additional
properties, because the directory structure is different from the standard
established by the
Uninstalling an RPM installation is like uninstalling any other RPM. Run:
rpm -e starburst-enterprise-<version>
After uninstalling, all deployed Starburst Enterprise files are deleted except for the