Starting and Shutting Down


 

Once you have successfully installed NetFlow Analyzer, start the NetFlow Analyzer server by following the steps below.

Starting NetFlow Analyzer Central Server

Windows:


Click on Start > Programs > ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer EE Central Reporting Server >Central Server to start the server.

Alternatively you can navigate to the <NetFlowAnalyzer_Home>\bin folder and invoke the run.bat file.

 

Linux:

Navigate to the <NetFlow Home>/bin directory and execute the run.sh file.

 

When the server is started, a command prompt window opens up showing startup information on several modules of NetFlow Analyzer. Once all the modules have been successfully created, the following message is displayed:

 

Server started.

Please connect your client at http://localhost:80

 

where 80 is replaced by the port you have specified as the web server port during installation.

Starting NetFlow Analyzer Collector

Windows:


Click on Start > Programs > ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer EE Collector > Collector Server to start the server.

Alternatively you can navigate to the <NetFlowAnalyzer_Home>\bin folder and invoke the run.bat file.

 

Linux:

Navigate to the <NetFlow Home>/bin directory and execute the run.sh file.

 

When the server is started, a command prompt window opens up showing startup information on several modules of NetFlow Analyzer. Once all the modules have been successfully created, the following message is displayed:

 

Server started.

Please connect your client at http://localhost:80

 

where 80 is replaced by the port you have specified as the web server port during installation.

 

Starting as a Service

Windows:

If you have chosen the Start as Service option during installation, NetFlow Analyzer will run as a service on Windows.

Linux:

  1. Login as root user.
  2. Navigate to the <NetFlowAnalyzer_Home>\bin directory.
  3. Execute the startAsDaemon.sh file
  4. Then execute the command /etc/init.d/netflowanalyzer start

This starts NetFlow Analyzer as a service on Linux.

Shutting Down NetFlow Analyzer Central Server

Follow the steps below to shut down the NetFlow Analyzer server. Please note that once the server is successfully shut down, the MySQL database connection is automatically closed, and all the ports used by NetFlow Analyzer are freed.

 

Windows:

  1. Navigate to the Program folder in which NetFlow Analyzer has been installed. By default, this is Start > Programs > ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer Central Reporting Server > Shutdown Central server
  2. Alternatively, you can navigate to the <NetFlowAnalyzer_Home>\bin folder and invoke the shutdown.bat file.
  3. You will be asked to confirm your choice, after which the NetFlow Analyzer server is shut down.

Linux:

  1. Navigate to the <NetFlowAnalyzer_Home>/bin directory.
  2. Execute the shutdown.sh file.
  3. You will be asked to confirm your choice, after which the NetFlow Analyzer server is shut down.

Shutting Down NetFlow Analyzer Collector

Follow the steps below to shut down the NetFlow Analyzer collector. Please note that once the collector is successfully shut down, the MySQL database connection is automatically closed, and all the ports used by NetFlow Analyzer are freed.

 

Windows:

  1. Navigate to the Program folder in which NetFlow Analyzer has been installed. By default, this is Start > Programs > ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer EE - Collector
  2. Alternatively, you can navigate to the <NetFlowAnalyzer_Home>\bin folder and invoke the shutdown.bat file.
  3. You will be asked to confirm your choice, after which the NetFlow Analyzer collector is shut down.

Linux:

  1. Navigate to the <NetFlowAnalyzer_Home>/bin directory.
  2. Execute the shutdown.sh file.
  3. You will be asked to confirm your choice, after which the NetFlow Analyzer collector is shut down.
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