This document explains how to install and upgarde t-Triage on-prem.
We make available an executable file named ttriage-cli as part of the attached ttriage-onprem utility, that provides some useful commands to install and upgrade t-Triage. It is based on the docker and docker-compose architecture.
- Virtual Server with: Ubuntu 18 x64 or greater with at least 2 CPU, 2 or more GB Memory and 25 GB Disk.
- Docker version LTS (How to: https://docs.docker.com/install/)
- Docker-compose version 1.24+ (How to: https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/)
- Download and uncompress in a separate directory the attached ttriage-onprem utility.
t-Triage implements ttriage-cli, a shell-script file to make the management easy.
ttriage-cli is an executable file, if doesn't have permissions, please set with chmod +x ttriage-cli
This is highly recommended since we've experienced problems trying to stop the ttriage containers due to unexpected permissions, when running docker ps stop command
Install t-Triage CLI
Run the following commands from your server:
wget -O ttriage-onprem.zip https://wiki.clarolab.com.ar/servlet/JiveServlet/download/7033-13-3769/ttriage-onprem.zip unzip ttriage-onprem.zip cd ttriage-onprem
First step is to get t-Triage docker images doing:
-- This command will pull both backend and frontend images from registry defined in ttriage.conf as well as will take the target tag images from the same file.
Then it is required to change the server URL at:
The localhost should be replaced by the servername or IP.
Execute ./ttriage-cli ps start from terminal.
-- ttriage-cli will setup and start all services automatically.
Start and stop t-Triage
Start and stop t-Triage via ttiage-cli:
- ./ttriage-cli ps stop
- ./ttriage-cli ps start
Every week t-Triage is upgraded and it is recommended you do it as well:
./ttriage-cli ps stop ./ttriage-cli upgrade all ./ttriage-cli ps start