Test install of GraphDB on EC2

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Version 3 by Reneta Popova
on Sep 16, 2014 10:43.

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h2. Launch EC2 Instances

# Choose "onto-docker-X" instances (Tested with onto-docker-9).
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# Choose the appropriate instance type (e.g. m3.medium).
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# Open the instances for all communication.
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# Select Number of instances: 8 in Configure Instance Details step.
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# Launch\!

When the instances start, they'll pull the latest OWLIM GraphDB docker image, along with LDBC 50 and will start it (takes a few minutes).

h2. Configuration

Each instance can act either as master or as worker. We'll configure them for our scenario by first editing the following configuration file: [Test install of GraphDB on EC2^test.config].
Each instance can act either as a master or as a worker. For this scenario, configure them by first editing the following configuration file: [Test install of GraphDB on EC2^test.config].

The file should be saved either in the current folder or in the user home folder as "test.config".
We just have to change the IP addresses for each box to one of the public IPs of the newly created instances:
Save the file either in the current folder or in the user home folder as "test.config". Just change the IP addresses for each box to one of the public IPs of the newly created instances:

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Be sure that the Amazon "Security groups" and instances firewalls have proper open ports.
The following assumes that you have installed (unzipped) the new-cluster-test project, provided by Ontotext as a separate ZIP file:
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