2.5. RPM Package and Presto Admin#
Users of Linux distribution, which use the RPM Package Manager (RPM) format, such as CentOS or Red Hat Enterprise Linux, can use the rpm package and manage a cluster with Presto Admin.
yumcommand to install the package:
rpm -i presto-server-rpm-*.rpm
Manage the Presto server with the
service presto [start|stop|restart|status]
The rpm package places the various files used by Presto in accordance to the
Linux Filesystem Hierarchy Standard. This differs from the default installation
of Presto with the tar.gz, where all folders are in the installation directory.
For example, configuration files are by default located in the
within the installation directory. The rpm package installation however uses
/etc/presto. More details are available with the rpm package source.
Presto Admin is a tool for installing and managing Presto on a cluster. It uses the rpm package and provides easy-to-use commands to:
Install and uninstall Presto across your cluster
Configure your Presto cluster
Start and stop the Presto servers
Gather status and log information from your Presto cluster
For a detailed explanation of all of the commands and their options, read on in the comprehensive Presto-Admin documentation