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[THREDDS #DLY-194136]: Account for Installing TDS



Hello Arturo!

I remember you from the workshop, and I'm glad you are going to get your LDM 
and TDS up and running!

To answer your question, you will want both a Tomcat user and an LDM user.  
Later on, you will want to run the Thredds Data Monitor (TDM) as the LDM user, 
as the TDM will need write permission into the same directories as the LDM.

Let me know if you run into difficulty, and I will help you as I can.

Regards,
  Lansing Madry
  Unidata
  Boulder, Colorado


> [cid:address@hidden
> 
> 
> Good afternoon,
> 
> I am currently planning deployment of a LDM and TDS server for our department 
> at Texas A&M International University. I attended the recent training in 
> Boulder and I am currently practicing installation on a test machine. I have 
> a question about the accound needed to install Tomcat to deploy the TDS. Can 
> this be done with the same account for the real deployment in which LDM is 
> installed?
> 
> Thank you very much in advance.
> 
> 
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> Arturo  Diaz, Jr.
> Programmer I (CEES)
> Biology and Chemistry
> LBVSC 346
> 5201 University Blvd.
> Laredo, TX 78041
> Tel. (956) 326-2415
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: DLY-194136
Department: Support THREDDS
Priority: Normal
Status: Open


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