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= Guice-Distributed Server How-to
== Requirements
* Java 11 SDK
Third party compulsory dependencies:
* Cassandra 3.11.10
* ElasticSearch 7.10.2
* RabbitMQ-Management 3.8.1
* Zenko Cloudserver or AWS S3
$ docker run -d -p 9042:9042 --name=cassandra cassandra:3.11.10
$ docker run -d -p 9200:9200 --name=elasticsearch --env 'discovery.type=single-node'
$ docker run -d -p 5672:5672 -p 15672:15672 --name=rabbitmq rabbitmq:3.8.1-management
$ docker run -d --env 'REMOTE_MANAGEMENT_DISABLE=1' --env 'SCALITY_ACCESS_KEY_ID=accessKey1' --env 'SCALITY_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=secretKey1' --name=s3 zenko/cloudserver:8.2.6
== Running
To run james, you have to create a directory containing required configuration files.
James requires the configuration to be in a subfolder of working directory that is called
**conf**. A [sample directory](
is provided with some default values you may need to replace, especially compulsory third party software endpoints.
You will need to update its content to match your needs.
You also need to generate a keystore with the following command:
$ keytool -genkey -alias james -keyalg RSA -keystore conf/keystore
Once everything is set up, you just have to run the jar with:
$ java -Dlogback.configurationFile=conf/logback.xml -jar james-server-cassandra-rabbitmq-guice.jar
Note that binding ports below 1024 requires administrative rights.