In order for the Teamwork Cloud (TWCloud) server and Teamwork Cloud Admin (TWAdmin) to start, you need to start Cassandra first (see Starting Cassandra on Linux). Once your Cassandra is started, you can start the TWCloud server to connect your client to the server or work on your project using TWAdmin. This section provides the instructions to start the TWCloud server and TWAdmin on Linux either as a service or from the executable file.
Starting TWCloud on Linux as a service
$ sudo service twcloud-svc start
Starting TWCloud on Linux using the executable file
$ cd <TWCloud install folder>
Stopping TWCloud on Linux
$ sudo service twcloud-svc stop
Stopping the server will cause any other users or clients' sessions to become unresponsive; therefore, they can no longer access the server and perform all operations such as check out projects, commit or update changes. It is recommended that you stop the following sequentially: TWAdmin, the TWCloud server, and Cassandra.
You can also start TWAdmin as a service or from the executable file.
Starting TWAdmin on Linux as a service
$ sudo service twadmin-svc start
Starting TWAdmin on Linux using the executable file
$ cd <TWAdmin install folder>
Stopping TWAdmin on Linux
$ sudo service twadmin-svc stop
To get started working with TWCloud in MagicDraw and using TWAdmin, you need to apply the TWCloud license. Click here for the instructions License management.