Installation and Configuration

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Installation and Configuration


Getting started with CData Sync is quick and easy. This page provides system requirements for both the Microsoft Windows and Java Editions, and it provides the steps for installing the software.

For more detailed information about all editions of Sync, see the following topics:

System Requirements

This section provides system requirements for the Microsoft Windows and Java editions. These requirements apply to both on-premises applications and virtual machines.

Java Edition

  • Java 11 or later

  • 1 GB RAM is recommended (2+ GB recommended for higher volumes of traffic).

  • Adequate free disk space for job logging

.Net Edition

  • Windows 10/Windows Server 2016 or later

  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 or later

  • 1 GB RAM is recommended (2+ GB is recommended for higher volumes of traffic)

  • Adequate free disk space for job logging

Note: To use earlier versions of Windows, you must host the application on the Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) web server.

Installation Steps

Download the installation file from the CData Sync website and follow the installation steps below for your operating system.

Windows

Both the Java and .Net Editions come with a setup.exe installer. Run the setup.exe file and follow the installation steps. After completing, the Sync service will be installed and automatically started.

Linux

The Linux setup file ships as CDataSync.tar.gz. This is an archive file that containes the application files.

Note: This file is not intended for Windows setups. If you are installing Sync on a Windows machine, please download and run the Windows installer instead.

Follow these steps to install the application

  1. Extract the files from the archive. If you have not extracted a .tar.gz archive before, the steps below outline a common method:

    • First, create a folder in the same directory as the downloaded archive that you want to extract the files to.

    • Next, open a Terminal window and change the directory to the download location (for example, cd Downloads).

    • Finally, run this command to extract the archive into the folder you created (in this example, it is called CDataSync): tar -xvzf CDataSync.tar.gz -C CDataSync.

  2. Move the folder that contains the extracted files to your desired location on disk.

  3. Follow the steps in Starting the Server for options around starting the application.