What Next ?¶
Checkout the example folder of your standalone platform. You will find there several self documented examples with ready to start: topologies or spark pipelines.
The punchplatform relies on few simple but important concepts and commands. We suggest you have a quick reading to better understand these, start here.
If an error happens, please have a look at the Troubleshooting section. There is a section dedicated to the common configuration errors.
Do this only if you want to uninstall your PunchPlatform !
First, stop the PunchPlatform.
Execute the uninstall.sh script.
cd $PUNCHPLATFORM_CONF_DIR/../bin ./uninstall.sh
Optionally, save any configuration you have in $PUNCHPLATFORM_CONF_DIR, and remove the
this procedure only applies to the standalone, not to a production environment.
First, download a patch by filling the form at https://punchplatform.com/download-area/patch-delivery-area/ . You will shortly receive an email containing the download link.
Then, apply the patch to your standalone:
cd $PUNCHPLATFORM_CONF_DIR/../external/punchplatform-operator-environment-* mkdir patch
Copy the jar recently downloaded in the patch directory. And simply restart your channel
punchctl --tenant mytenant stop --channel apache_httpd punchctl --tenant mytenant start --channel apache_httpd
By performing this procedure, you have updated the punchplatform jars, and restarted on the fly the apache channel. A similar procedure exists on production setups.