Running Talend Dictionary Service with systemd - 8.0

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Start, stop, and monitor the status of the Talend Dictionary Service service using systemd.

Before you begin

  • Make sure that the following services are installed and running before starting talend-dictionary-service:

    • talend-tac
    • talend-mongodb
    • talend-iam
    • talend-zookeeper
    • talend-kafka
    Note: Start the services in the specified order.
  • Manually import the Talend Dictionary Service dump folder containing the default semantic types.

Procedure

  • Start the service using the following command:
    sudo systemctl start talend-dictionary-service
  • Stop the service using the following command:
    sudo systemctl stop talend-dictionary-service
  • Check the status of the service using the following command:
    sudo systemctl status talend-dictionary-service
  • Check logging information using the journalctl command.
    For example:
    • To list service journal entries:
      sudo journalctl --unit talend-dictionary-service
    • To list service journal entries after a specific date:
      sudo journalctl --unit talend-dictionary-service --since "2018-08-17 13:15:17"