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Standalone Deployment

Brief deployment guide to get you started with Cribl

Deploying Cribl Standalone


Requirements

  • OS: Linux (RedHat, CentOS, Ubuntu, AWS Linux)
  • Runtime: Node v10.14+ LTS
  • System: +2CPUs, +2GB RAM

Installing Cribl on Linux

  • Select an instance where to install. See performance considerations for guidance on instance specs.
  • Ensure that ports 10080 and 9000 are available. See here.
  • Ensure that a recent version of Node is available on your system. E.g., v10.14+ LTS.
    • Run node -v or which node to confirm.
  • Get the Cribl package here
  • Un-tar in a directory of choice, say, /apps/
    • e.g., tar xvzf cribl-<version>-<build>.tgz

Running Cribl

Go to $CRIBL_HOME directory - this is where the package was extracted e.g. /apps/cribl/ - and use .bin/cribl.sh to:

  • Start: ./bin/cribl.sh start [--force]
  • Stop: ./bin/cribl.sh stop [--force]
  • Restart: ./bin/cribl.sh restart [--force]
  • Get status: ./bin/cribl.sh status

Next, go to http://<hostname>:9000 and login with default credentials (admin:admin) to start configuring Cribl with Sources, Destinations or start creating Routes and Pipelines.

We strongly advise that you change the admin password immediatly after your first login!

Standalone Deployment


Brief deployment guide to get you started with Cribl

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