Starting Historical Server on UNIX

On UNIX, you can start a configured Historical Server in two ways:

Regardless of which method you use:

Historical Server displays the following message to indicate that start-up was successful:

	Initialization is over. Ready to accept

Historical Server writes messages to its log file during start-up. You can ignore these messages if start-up was successful. If start-up is not successful, examine the log file to research the problem.

The default path name for the Historical Server log file is hs.log in the current directory at the time of start-up. You can override this default path name with the -l parameter (the letter l) to the histserver command.