Posts Tagged: linux

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Tableau Server on Linux – Part 2: Zookeeper and File Store/TDFS
August 4, 2015
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The journey continues: in this session we are going to move the famous TDFS (Tableau Distributed File System) with Zookeeper service to one of our favorite operating system: Linux. The goal is the same: have each and every Tableau Server processes on Linux without the need of the Windows OS. And a short disclaimer: this […]
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Tableau Server on Linux – part 1: Data Engine
July 21, 2015
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This is an experiment from that time when Tableau Server had no Linux support and no Linux binaries except TDE API. Therefore, this is a dirty hack. And not for production. I mean really not.  UNIX  is a miracle. Simple, clean and well organized – it summarizes what I like in IT. When I was […]
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Tableau 9’s TabCmd under Linux
March 13, 2015
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In  Tableau 9 all jRuby related code were replaced by native java stuff. Even if I still believe that ruby is one of the best programming language (it’s sooooo clean and dry), but, khm, yes, it’s just slow. Like really slow. I guess Tableau Software felt the same and did this huge change. And yes, […]
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HOWTO: tabcmd on Linux – step-by-step guide
June 11, 2012
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So, I have ported the tabcmd application to Linux, from java to native ruby, thus it can work on any platform. If someone needs this for his own environment, here are the steps what I did: