remote access to Riak

OJ Reeves oj at
Thu Jul 14 07:23:20 EDT 2011

If you're binding to then it will only respond on the
loopback address. If this is for dev just change that address to to bind on all network interfaces.


Sent from my Windows Phone (yes you read that correctly) From: Maria
Sent: Thursday, 14 July 2011 21:12
To: riak-users at
Subject: remote access to Riak

I have two instances, a client and a server. On the server I installed
Riak. My application (using the Java-API) is running on the client
instance. I would like to read and write some data to the server
instance. My IP address and port in the app.config on the server
instance is and 8098. Then what does the url I give to my
HttpRiakClient in my application looks like? Is it
"http://ip-address-of-my-server-instance:8098/riak" ? Do I have to
change something else? For example allow access from other instances?

I would be very thankful for any kind of advice :)

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