Deploy lightblue on Fedora 20

To deploy lightblue locally requires a container to deploy the application into and a database to store metadata and data. This shows how to install this on Fedora 20. Similar steps can be followed for earlier Fedora releases.

Install WildFly

# install
yum install -y wildfly

# fix symlink for jboss-marshalling
rm -f /usr/share/wildfly/modules/system/layers/base/org/jboss/marshalling/river/main/jboss-marshalling-river.jar
ln -s /usr/share/java/jboss-marshalling/jboss-marshalling-river.jar /usr/share/wildfly/modules/system/layers/base/org/jboss/marshalling/river/main/jboss-marshalling-river.jar

# create missing symlink for resteasy-json-p-provider-jandex.jar
ln -s /usr/share/java/resteasy/resteasy-json-p-provider-jandex.jar /usr/share/wildfly/modules/system/layers/base/org/jboss/resteasy/resteasy-json-p-provider/main/resteasy-json-p-provider-jandex.jar

# start on bootup
chkconfig wildfly on

# start service
service wildfly start

Install MongoDB

# install
yum install -y mongodb mongodb-server

# start on bootup
chkconfig mongod on

# start service
service mongod start

Initial Deployment

Assuming you have followed steps to build for wildfly.

Two things need to be done to setup lightblue. First, deploy the lightblue module to wildfly:

cd lightblue-rest
sudo mkdir -p /usr/share/wildfly/modules/com/redhat/lightblue/main
sudo cp etc/jbossas/modules/com/redhat/lightblue/main/* /usr/share/wildfly/modules/com/redhat/lightblue/main

And now the RPMs can be deployed:

sudo yum install `find -name lightblue*.rpm`

Deploy Your Changes

After making changes to code, to deploy the updates:

sudo yum update `find -name lightblue*.rpm`


If you decide to uninstall, here's how to cleanup everything previously done.

yum autoremove -y mongodb mongodb-server wildfly
rm -rf /etc/wildfly /var/lib/wildfly /usr/share/wildfly
rm -rf /etc/mongodb /var/lib/mongodb /usr/share/mongodb

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