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From jcllings <>
Subject Re: Running Cassandra Server in an OSGi container
Date Tue, 22 Jul 2014 21:44:53 GMT
BTW, I agree with other posters that it seems like an awfully weird
thing to do.  Perhaps you just want to run a client in an OSGI environment?

Jim C.

On 07/22/2014 02:39 PM, jcllings wrote:
> I can give you some tips.
> Figure out what Cassandra does when it starts up. Best way to do that
> is to read the startup script.  Then all you have to do is convince
> the OSGI container to do what ever prep is done by the script.  Trick
> to that is usually figuring out where to do it. For example if there
> are environment variables set in the script for Cassandra, you should
> add them to the script for your OSGI container.  If there are any -D
> options, you would have to use what ever mechanism your OSGI container
> uses to pass them.  There might be a properties file for example or
> there might be actual -D settings, depending.  You should probably
> make your best guess as to where to put the configuration files but
> watch the logs for errors to this effect, e.g. "ERROR: Doh! Can't find
> the config dir / file / etc."  Of course, if the Cassandra libs aren't
> OSGI-ified you would have to do that also.
> Jim C.
> On 07/22/2014 01:19 PM, Robert Stupp wrote:
>> What's your intention to do this?

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