This document explains how to install and upgrade 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.
- 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.
Install t-Triage CLI
Run the following commands from terminal:
unzip ttriage-onprem.zip cd ttriage-onprem
Get t-Triage docker images:
-- 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.
Execute from terminal:
./ttriage-cli ps start
-- ttriage-cli will setup and start all services automatically.
Start and stop t-Triage
Start and stop t-Triage via ttriage-cli:
./ttriage-cli ps <start|stop|restart>
Rebuild a container
In some weird cases you will need to reset or rebuild a container, due to a failure/corruption or simple because an updated t-Triage image.
./ttriage-cli rebuild <backend|frontend|all>
Once installed and running:
-- This utility has an in-memory database that runs in H2 with pre-populated data so you don't have to do any extra configuration.