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Artifactory on Linux

Vinny
Hi, 
Can you please point me to the  documentation for Linux server configuration including (CPU, MEM, and disk). Also , is there any recommended way of install and how to lay out the file system? We will use this as a next step to build out staging and production. 

Appreciated. 

Thanks. 

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There’s a lot of different ways to do it. Minimally, you just need a system with a CPU and >= 1GB of RAM. Unpack the ZIP installer, run the install script, and go.

 

That’s not optimal, of course.

 

The Artifactory Documentation has plenty of instructions on implementing specific features.

 

We ended up allocating 4 cores and 12GB of RAM to our Artifactory server, and implementing it with a MySQL back end.

 

http://www.jfrog.com/confluence/display/RTF/MySQL

 

The filestore is on a NAS volume, to simplify backups, replication and DR – we just mounted an NFS share to %Artifactory%/data.

 

At our next scheduled DT, we’ll probably provision a bit more RAM and migrate the MySQL table to centralized storage.

 

Dave Pierce

 

From: Vineela [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2014 12:26 PM
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Subject: [Artifactory-users] Artifactory on Linux

 

Hi, 

Can you please point me to the  documentation for Linux server configuration including (CPU, MEM, and disk). Also , is there any recommended way of install and how to lay out the file system? We will use this as a next step to build out staging and production. 

Appreciated. 

Thanks. 


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