This documentation covers the latest release of Fedora CloudSync.
Fedora CloudSync is distributed as a WAR file that you can drop into any Java servlet container. This guide will walk you through the installation process.
On this page:
See Downloads for the latest WAR file.
This is the directory where CloudSync will keep all data files and logs. You have four options for defining it:
It is recommended that you allocate at least 128 MB of heap and 128 MB of PermGen memory for use by CloudSync when running in a dedicated servlet container. In a shared container, you should find out what these values are set to currently, and increase them by at least 128 MB each.
This can be done in a variety of ways, depending on the servlet container. In Tomcat, one way to control it is to set the
CATALINA_OPTS environment variable before starting up the container.
For example, in Unix:
CloudSync is designed to be installed in the servlet container of your choice. It has been tested with Tomcat 6.
Refer to your servlet container documentation for instructions on deploying war files. This is usually just a matter of copying the WAR file into a certain directory. NOTE: You may wish to rename the WAR file (e.g. cloudsync.war) before deploying it so the application becomes available at a shorter URL than it would be otherwise.
CloudSync's main logfile can be found in $CLOUDSYNC_HOME/systemlogs/cloudsync.log. If you're having trouble starting or using the service, this file often contains details that will help you resolve the problem.
Upgrading from the previous feature release will require a re-installation due to significant database changes.