Before you start gfsh, confirm that you have set JAVA_HOME and that your PATH variable includes the gfsh executable.
Note: On Windows, you must have the JAVA_HOME environment variable set properly to use start, stop and status commands for both locators and servers.
To launch the gfsh command-line interface, execute the following command at the prompt on any machine that is currently installed with VMware Tanzu GemFire for Kubernetes Cluster:
Start gfsh on Windows:
where <product_directory> corresponds to the location where you installed VMware Tanzu GemFire for Kubernetes Cluster.
Start gfsh on Unix:
where <product_directory> corresponds to the location where you installed VMware Tanzu GemFire for Kubernetes Cluster. Upon execution, the
gfsh script appends the required VMware Tanzu GemFire for Kubernetes Cluster and JDK Jar libraries to your existing CLASSPATH.
If you have successfully started
gfsh splash screen and prompt appears.
c:\Tanzu GemFire\Latest>gfsh.bat _________________________ __ / _____/ ______/ ______/ /____/ / / / __/ /___ /_____ / _____ / / /__/ / ____/ _____/ / / / / /______/_/ /______/_/ /_/ Monitor and Manage Tanzu GemFire gfsh>
You can also run some gfsh commands directly within your terminal without entering a
gfsh prompt. For example, on Unix/Linux you could enter:
$ gfsh start server --name=server1
or on Windows:
prompt> gfsh start server --name=server1
See Creating and Running gfsh Command Scripts for more information.