Universal Messaging 10.1 | Administration Guide | Universal Messaging Enterprise Manager | Administration Using Enterprise Manager | Realm Administration | Creating and Starting a Realm Server
Creating and Starting a Realm Server
Universal Messaging provides the following tools for performing general administrative tasks on realms, such as creating a realm, checking the status of a realm, and deleting a realm.
*The Universal Messaging Instance Manager:
For related information, see the section Universal Messaging Instance Manager in the Installation section of the product documentation.
*Command Central: If your installation of Universal Messaging includes the optional Command Central component, you can use the command line tool of Command Central to perform administrative tasks on realms.
For related information, see the section Universal Messaging Commands in the Command Central part of the documentation.
Creating a Realm Server
You can use either the Universal Messaging Instance Manager or Command Central to create the realm server. See the examples in the corresponding documentation pages at the locations mentioned above.
Starting a Realm Server
After you have created the realm server, start the realm server as follows:
On Windows systems:
1. From the Windows Start menu, navigate to the node Start Servers that is located under the Universal Messaging node.
2. Navigate in the hierarchy to find the node labelled Start <RealmName>, and click it. Here, <RealmName> is the name you assigned to the realm server when you created it.
On Linux:
1. Start the script nserver.sh that is located in UniversalMessaging/server/<RealmName>/bin/ under the product installation directory.