RapidMiner Server Quick Start Installation


This document provides a quick reference for those familiar with the installation procedures. For more detailed instructions, use the full installation instructions.


The following are required to successfully install RapidMiner Server:

If it is not already present, install Java 8. The installer displays an error message if it finds Java 7 (or a version earlier than 7), but does not block the installation.
The RapidMiner Server database (schema) stores configuration files, cron job details, user report requests, and other RapidMiner support data. You can use an existing database server or create a new one; it can reside locally or on a remote host. Refer to these instructions for an example of creating a database schema for use by the RapidMiner service, using one of the many supported database platforms.

During installation you will need to supply database access credentials for a user with read, write, and create and delete tables permissions. You can refer to this example of setting permissions using MySQL.

You need a fully functioning RapidMiner Studio client to use RapidMiner Server for any meaningful operations.

Note: If you modified the web.xml file to disable HTTP connections entirely, you must redo those changes with each EAR upgrade.

Performing a complete installation

The following are the necessary steps for getting RapidMiner Server fully operational. They are described briefly here; if you need more information, the links below return you to the full documentation:

  • Create a database server, if necessary

  • Download RapidMiner Server

  • Install and configure

  • Start the server and complete web-based configuration

  • Connect to RapidMiner Studio

See headless installation for steps to install on a system without a display.

1. Log into your RapidMiner account and download the RapidMiner Server package.

2. From bin,