Starting the web server
When you installed the Enterprise Edition web server and selected to start the web server manually, you need to run the script to start the web server and ensure that the server process runs under the user ID that is specified during the installation.
The user ID can be changed by modifying ZDTEE_USER in the /opt/ibm/zdt/bin/zdtee_env.sh script file. You also need to change the file ownership of
all the files in the directory /opt/ibm/zdt/Liberty/usr/servers/zdt-server/ to the user ID, for example,
chmod -R newuser:root /opt/ibm/zdt/Liberty/usr/servers/zdt-server/. If
the web server is already started, you can run the
/opt/ibm/zdt/bin/stopServer.sh command before you restart the server by using the newly
specified user ID.
To start the web server, you can run the command by using any user ID. However, the user ID must have the permission to switch to the user ID that is specified during the installation. By default, you can use the sudo command to switch to another user ID. If your Linux® environment uses other privilege management tools than sudo, you can change the command by modifying PRIVILEGED_ZDTEE_CMD in the /opt/ibm/zdt/bin/zdtee_env.sh script file.
Open the browser, and enter the URL that is contained in the output. Then, enter the default user ID (zdtadmin) and Password (password) to log in to the web server.
If you need to stop the web server, run command