To launch a server on the remote host using a daemon process

This is the most common approach to launching a server on a remote host. From a command prompt on the remote machine, as root user, enter the following:

$COBDIR/remotedev/startrdodaemon [<port> | <low port>-<high port>]
where:
  • <port> is the port number the daemon should use to listen for connections from Eclipse on the client machine. If no value is given, it will be assigned a default value of 4075. This value matches the value assigned within the Eclipse installation.

    For example,

    $COBDIR/remotedev/startrdodaemon 4999

    This command will start a daemon listening on port 4999 and will use random server ports.

  • <low port>-<high port> is the range of ports on which the servers (launched by the daemon) should use to communicate with Eclipse on the client machine.

    For example,

    $COBDIR/remotedev/startrdodaemon 8000 10000-20000

    This command will start a daemon listening on port 8000 and server ports will be in the range 10000 to 20000.