stardog-admin server start Manual Page

NAME


stardog-admin server start —Starts the Stardog Server.

SYNOPSIS


stardog-admin server start [ --bind <network interface> ] [ --daemon ] [ --disable-security ] [ --enable-ssl ] [ --foreground ] [ --home <home> ] [ --no-cors ] [ --no-web-console ] [ --port <port> ] [ --require-ssl ] [ --ssl-cert-required ] [ --ssl-port <ssl-port> ] [ --upgrade ] [ --web-console ]

OPTIONS


--bind <network interface>
Specify the address of the network interface the Stardog server should bind to, the default is 0.0.0.0 Port should be specified separately with the --port option.
--daemon
Flag to start this application in the background without waiting for the server to start listening.
--disable-security
Disable security flag. If this flag is set, security for the server is completely disabled.
--enable-ssl
Enable SSL for the server; server will automatically enable SSL on a per-connection basis to support secure & unsecured clients.
--foreground
Flag to start this application in the foreground.
--home <home>
Stardog home directory location.
--no-cors
No CORS support flag. If this flag is set, CORS support in the HTTP server will be disabled.
--no-web-console
DEPRECATED: Disable Stardog Web Console. This is now the default.
--port <port>
Specify the port the server will bind to
--require-ssl
Require SSL for the server; client connections which do not use SSL will be immediately closed.
--ssl-cert-required
Server requires clients to use a valid certificate when connecting via SSL; automatically enables SSL and requires its usage.
--ssl-port <ssl-port>
Specify the port the server will bind for SSL. Default is --port for --require-ssl, [--port + 1] for --enable-ssl
--upgrade
Automatically upgrade any indexes which use an obsolete format
--web-console
Stardog Web Console flag. Without this flag, the Stardog Web Console in the HTTP server will be disabled.

DISCUSSION


By default, the HTTP server listens on 0.0.0.0:5820. A different port for the server can be specified with the --port option and a different bind location using --bind.

EXAMPLES


Start a Stardog server with the default options:

    $ stardog-admin server start

Start a Stardog server with security disabled:

    $ stardog-admin server start --disable-security

Run a Stardog server on localhost only with a different port

    $ stardog-admin server start --bind 127.0.0.1 --port 5804

Start a Stardog server which requires SSL connections from clients

    $ stardog-admin server start --require-ssl