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Custom Radoop Proxy Installation
You can enable Radoop Proxy throughout the RapidMiner Server installation process. However, if for some reason you wish to install it later on, or just run it manually (e.g. on another machine), follow this guide.
Adding Radoop Proxy to RapidMiner Server startup process
Edit the file
bin/standalone.conf[.bat]in the RapidMiner Server installation directory. Find the line containing
RADOOP_PROXY_ENABLEDproperty, and modify it:
If RapidMiner Server is registered as a Windows service, apply the changes to
If necessary, modify the port used by Radoop Proxy in
radoop-proxy/proxy.propertiesin the RapidMiner Server installation directory. The basic properties are explained below.
After you saved the modifications, restart RapidMiner Server.
Relocating and starting Radoop Proxy manually
data/radoop-proxy/radoop-proxy-X.X.Xin the unzipped installer package. Move this zip file to the required target location.
Note: If you have already installed RapidMiner Server, you can also find the unzipped content in
radoop-proxyin the installation directory.
Unzip Radoop Proxy package, and open
proxy.propertiesfile for modification. Modify the following fields to configure Radoop Proxy:
Key Value Default Value port Number of the port that Radoop Proxy will listen on.
serverAuthenticationScheme Protocol of RapidMiner Server authentication. (If RapidMiner Server uses https authentication, see the related Security page.)
serverAuthenticationHost Host of the authenticating RapidMiner Server instance.
serverAuthenticationPort Port of the authenticating RapidMiner Server instance.
For further security options of the Radoop Proxy, refer to this page.
bindirectory. Issue the following command to start up or halt Radoop Proxy:
Starting from Radoop 7.3.1, the Proxy is automatically disabled when a RapidMiner Radoop process is executed on RapidMiner Server. In case of a custom Proxy setup, you may need to enable it by editing the Radoop connection. Further information can be found on the Radoop installation on Server page.