Having used neo4j for a while on my windows laptop, I now need to move to a location where my service is always up.
I have a linux server, connected and ready, and have done an rpm install of neo4j
- Install on Oracle Linux (Redhat basically!)
- neo4j version = neo4j 3.5.12
- Ports are open and the firewalld clear.
- I have a public IP address for the server (and a domain name)
What I don't know is how I can use neo4j and how I should integrate with nginx.
Ideally I just want to login as I do when its installed locally eg http://<server_address>:7474/browser or better still http://<server_address>/neo4j. Then I get the usual cypher screen and can run my cypher scripts.
I have read lots, but can only find install instructions that assume you are running from localhost, but I just want the neo4j system available from a web browser. Some
I also have nginx available and a certificate ready. I have tried several of the blog recommendations, which either results in an error when running nginx or a bad gateway, for example https://blog.armbruster-it.de/2018/05/using-nginx-to-proxy-a-neo4j-instance/
(btw please don't suggest other install places/ methods - like docker, aws, azure. I know other methods are available, but I have the use of a free Linux server so want to try to get that running first)