Yum updating redhat repositories

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Yum updating redhat repositories

As part of installation, a Python native extension needs to be built, and this requires the Installation You should have been provided with an RPM file which contains Shiny Server and all of its dependencies (other than R and Shiny).

Note that the Cent OS 5 RPM of Shiny Server is the one that is compatible with SLES, so be aware that there is not a problem if you see that branding on your file.

Below are the steps for installing each of these separately.

If you had previously installed Shiny Server 0.3.x or 0.4.x, please see the relevant section before proceeding to ensure a seamless upgrade: Note on Ubuntu 12.04 Ubuntu 12.04 is supported until April 2017, but we recommend upgrading to a newer Ubuntu version.

Root privileges will be required both in the installation process and also at runtime.

The Shiny Server Professional metrics and monitoring features use a set of Python scripts to introspect the system for performance information.

The Utilization Scheduler section explains how to configure this in more detail.

We recommend carefully evaluating the computational properties and memory profile of a Shiny application using the tools discussed in the Admin section.

Before installing R, you should install the Once R is installed, follow the instructions in Install Shiny to setup the necessary packages in R.

Additional Prerequisites for SLES The Shiny Server Professional RPM binaries link to version 0.9.8 of the shared libraries.

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If you must run on 12.04, you must install some additional dependencies as documented here.

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