Watch this quick video tutorial on how to install DvSum Service on Linux.
However, learn how to install DvSum Service on Linux by following the steps outlined below:
Network Configuration to Whitelist IP/Domains:
If the DvSum gateway Service is installed on a server with restricted outside access to specific URLs, you'll need to whitelist the following addresses on the network. This will enable the DvSum gateway service to communicate with the dvsum web app and ensure the service functions properly and securely connects to the necessary resources on the network. Please configure the network settings accordingly to allow for this communication.
- Open https port 443
Linux Server Pre-requisites:
- Before installing DvSum Service on your Linux server, ensure that your Linux distribution has systemd support and x86_64 server architecture.
- Additionally, the minimum memory requirement is 2GB (with 4GB recommended),
- The minimum disk space requirement is 1GB (with 5GB recommended).
Step 1: Download the DvSum service tar.gz file from the provided link by DvSum Support.
Step 2: Copy the downloaded tar.gz file to your Linux server.
Create a new directory, e.g., DvSum_Service, and copy the downloaded tar.gz into that directory.
Step 3: Navigate to the directory where you have copied the tar.gz file and unzip it.
Use the following command: "tar -xzf DvSum_1.1.0.tar.gz"
Step 4: In the DvSum application, create the DvSum gateway and copy the communication key.
Step 5: Update the configuration.properties file with the copied communication key.
The default port will be set as 8183.
Step 6:To install the DvSum service, execute the shell script "install_dvsum_service.sh".
Once the DvSum Service is installed, you can proceed to add your source flow successfully. Happy cataloging your data!