1.1 Installation Prerequisites
Before a successful installation, the Moab Access Portal®
- A Java 1.4 compatiable JVM (Java Virtual Machine) installed and properly configured. You can check the
version of your JVM by running "java --version" at a command line.
(Popular and freely available
JVMs include Sun's JDK/SDK,
IBM's JDK, and
A working JSP/servlet container that is compatible with at least the Servlet 2.2 and JSP
1.1 specifications and uses a Java 1.4 compliant SDK.
- NOTE: Recommended containers include Tomcat, Jetty, WebSphere 5.1, BEA WebLogic, etc. Most of these containers can be integrated or run parallel with
existing web server software (such as Apache).
A running version of the Moab Workload Manager®
(4.2.0 or higher) running on the cluster head node(s).
That Workload Manager's configuration allow all non-privileged users to have
ADMIN4 access rights. To do this place ADMIN4 ALL in the moab.cfg file and restart Workload Manager.
That the cluster head node must have SSH properly installed and
configured along with users setup to use Workload Manager (the users
- must have a correct environment
and permissions to ensure they can access and execute all the Workload Manager client commands: showq,
mjobctl, mrsvctl, etc.).