Changing localhost path

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  • Hello,
    Palo runs as PALOServerService service. To change the data path you can do the following:

    1. Start command prompt (click Start/Run... then type cmd.exe followed by return)
    2. Go to palo directory (cd <PROGRAM_FILES>\Jedox\Palo)
    3. Remove current instance of palo server service (palo delete_srv)
    4. Add new instance with new path (palo install_srv <NEW_PATH>)

    Alternatively, you could play with regedit and change this path manually by adjusting ImagePath string in registry.
    Mit freundlichen Gruessen/ With kind Regards / Meilleures salutations

    Vladislav Malicevic
    VP Development & Support
    Jedox AG
  • Hello,

    I have tried that script, but the data directory is still the old one,

    at the new path, i give: G:\palo_data_produktiv\data
    or have i to use only: G:\palo_data_produktiv\ for the <new path>
    The palo server is at C:\Program Files\Jedox ...

    But it still uses the old path and the old data directory. I have restart the Palo Server,
    or did i have to restart the whole server?

    Is there anywhere a ini file where the path is visible? (only that i can control, it before i let restart the whole server by our admin)

    thanks for any hint advanced,