Expedition Changing /data, /home/userSpace, and Spark Temporary Data Structure locations

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Chris_Thornton
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Expedition Changing /data, /home/userSpace, and Spark Temporary Data Structure locations

Hello,

 

I am trying to install Expedition on a new Ubuntu server and we have a separate drive setup for storage on here. The program that we are using, initSetup.sh, which we got from this guide defaults the storage location to the local drive instead of a separate drive. I found where the directories are made for /data and /home/userSpace and modified that to create it in the new location but I cannot find a way to point it to these new locations without utilizing system links on the linux server. Is there a way to have the Expedition software look to these locations or install on a separate drive?

azuniga
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Hello @Chris_Thornton 

 

You are not able to mount and map the drive? Maybe this link will help you with what you are trying to achieve.

 

https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/mount-drive-from-command-line-ubuntu-linux/

Chris_Thornton
L0 Member

Hi @azuniga 

 

The the drive is mapped, but under a different location. The location that expedition wants to store the data in is /data and /home/userSpace but I want to have these locations be something like /second_drive/data and /second_drive/userSpace instead. I can do system links from /data to /second_drive/data and /home/userSpace to /second_drive/home/userSpace but I would rather not use system links if I can. Is there a way to change the location within Expedition, either the installer or though the GUI, to use a different location for these folders?

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