This may be as simple as a documentation issue but the help text for Gremlin server implies that I should be able to do:
However when I do that it does not seem to actually be reading my YAML file or if it is it is not reading it fully as I am specifying the WsAndHttp channelizer in the YAML and when the server starts the HTTP endpoint is not available.
If I start the server in the terminal with
all is fine but I want to start it in the background.
I spoke to Jason Plurad and he had me try using the environment variable to specify the YAML file name and that worked with the start keyword.
Is *gremlin-server.sh start conf/myyaml.yam*l supposed to work?
If not it would be good to change the help text for gremlin-server.sh which currently reads as follows: