First, log into the virtual machine you created using SSH. Note that for AWS
Marketplace EC2 instances you have use the username
ubuntu and for
DigitalOcean Marketplace droplets the username
Next, run the
krillmanager init command to launch the interactive setup
The wizard covers the most common cases. It does NOT yet support clustered or advanced log streaming setups or overriding the Krill or NGINX or RsyncD configuration. Such setups are possible but not yet via the wizard.
Exiting the Wizard¶
CTRL-C at any time to abort the wizard. You can use the
krillmanager init command later to run the wizard again.
On first launch Krill Manager will automatically upgrade itself to a newer version if available:
# krillmanager init A new version is available (v0.2.0 => v0.2.2). Automatically upgrading to newer version v0.2.2.. Checking for newer version Fetching newer version (v0.2.2) Running post-upgrade actions Upgrading host files Upgrading dependencies [###############-------------------------] 38% Upgrading dependencies
This is an upgrade of Krill Manager, which might not include an upgrade of Krill, it may just be an upgrade to the Manager itself and/or to one or more of the other components such as NGINX or Rsync. The version number shown is the version number of Krill Manager, not of Krill.
If you have previously completed the wizard and later run
again, if a new version is available you will be offered the choice to upgrade:
# krillmanager init A new version is available (v0.2.0 => v0.2.2). > Would you like to upgrade? [YES/NO]: YES
The default action is to upgrade, but you can continue without upgrading.
Step by Step¶
Once any available upgrade is complete you will be presented with the welcome page of the wizard. Below you will find help for each of the possible wizard pages to help you along the way: