Guided Rasdaman Installation
The rasdaman installer allows users to install rasdaman on a machine through a single script which wraps and hides all the details of manual compilation - it can't be easier than that! And it is safe: you can inspect the script and see what's happening. Plus, you retain full control over your configuration by simply editing a JSON file.
Currently, the following distributions are supported:
- Debian (7, 8)
- Ubuntu (14.04)
- CentOS (7)
Download the installer and execute it:
wget http://download.rasdaman.org/installer/install.sh bash install.sh
This creates a vanilla installation using reasonable defaults. See below how to change configuration parameters.
Note that at some point the script needs sudo rights for installing rasdaman into its proper system directory, /opt/rasdaman.
Updating an Existing Installation
Updating a rasdaman installation (if established with the installer) is just as easy:
That is all, follow the instructions on the screen and you should be done.
Creating Your Own Profile
The installer makes use of a configuration file, rasdaman_profile.json, which it creates during first-time rasdaman installation and which it reuses during rasdaman updates. While reasonable defaults are built in, settings can be tweaked - either by edting the JSON file, or get yourself one generated through the form below.
After establishing this file, apply it through
./install.sh -j ~/Downloads/rasdaman_profile.json