This article describes how to install a fresh copy of UNMS on your server, or update an existing installation. This is a guide for a Linux installation, see the following note for Windows and OS X users:
Table of Contents
- Supported Distros (LXC virtualized Distros aren’t officially supported please use KVM):
- 2 GB RAM (Minimal)
- 16 GB storage (Minimal)
- 64-bit (x64) CPU
- Local Ports: 80 and 443 (see Changing the HTTP and HTTPS ports)
- Allow ping (see Devices Latency and Outage Statistics)
- bash, curl, sudo (see Installing prerequisites)
Run the command below on the host to install and start UNMS (it will automatically install Docker if it is not installed already). If a UNMS installation already exists, it will be overwritten, but all data will be kept. You can use the attribute
--updateif you want to be sure the new installation will have the same parameters as the old one. When the process is complete, you can access UNMS at http://server_hostname_or_ip/. Please don't use localhost. Use server hostname or its IP address. You can register your devices to UNMS by following this article: The UNMS Key and the Device Registration Process. In case you need to customize the installation process please read Optional installation steps.
$ curl -fsSL https://unms.com/install > /tmp/unms_inst.sh && sudo bash /tmp/unms_inst.sh
The installation script will check if your ports :80 and :443 are open and if they are not, it will ask you to specify which ports you want UNMS to use. The same applies to the overcommit memory settings. If the
vm.overcommit_memory is not set to '1', the installation script asks for a permission to do it. In case you do not want to be bothered with those interrupts in the installation process you can use
--silent attribute to let the installation script do all the necessary arrangements by itself.