First, have a look at the detailed steps to check your Java version and install it.
Download the ZIP archive and unzip it using your favorite tool.
The usual directory into which install the server is
Like any Java application you should prevent the JVM Heap from being swapped to disk, which will crush server performance. You have two options here:
- Disable the swap with
sudo swapoff -ayou'll need to edit your
/etc/fstabto disable swap permanently. Note that before doing this you need to make sure that you have enough memory for all the processes that run on the server (Nuxeo JVM, converters, other custom process and the OS).
- Limit the swapiness of the OS using
nuxeo.tmp.dir property in nuxeo.conf, we recommend not to use the system temporary folder
/tmp because this one can be cleaned up by the operating system. This is the case on Red Hat Enterprise Linux in particular, where
systemd-tmpfiles service is deleting old files from