Starts Rserve in daemon mode (unix only). Any additional parameters
not related to Rserve will be passed straight to the underlying R. For
configuration, usage and command line parameters please consult the
online documentation at http://www.rforge.net/Rserve.
R CMD Rserve --help for a brief help.
Rserve function is provided for convenience only.
On Windows the
Rserve() function sets up the
include the current R.DLL so that Rserve can be run.
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determines whether regular Rserve or debug version of
port used by Rserve to listen for connections. If not specified, it will be taken from the configuration file (if present) or default to 6311
further arguments passed to Rserve (as a string that will be
passed to the
wait argument for the
other arguments to be passes to
Rserve is not just a package, but an application. It is provided as a R package for convenience only. For details see http://www.rforge.net/Rserve
R CMD Rserve will only work on unix when installed from
sources and with sufficient permissions to have write-rights in
$R_HOME/bin. Binary installations have no way to write in
$R_HOME/bin and thus
Rserve() function described above
is the only reliable way to start
Rserve in that case.
Java developers may want to see the
StartRserve class in
java/Rserve/test examples for easy way to start
Rserve can be compiled with TLS/SSL support based on OpenSSL. Therefore the following statements may be true if Rserve binaries are shipped together with OpenSSL: This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/). This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young ([email protected]). This product includes software written by Tim Hudson ([email protected]). They are not true otherwise.
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