Setup required configurations
Launch the configuration process of Pydio Cells.
You must have an available MySQL database, along with a privileged user (for instance 'pydio'). Supported databases are: - MariaDB version 10.3 and above, - MySQL version 5.7 and above (except 8.0.22 that has a bug preventing Cells to run correctly).
As recommended by database documentation, tune the 'max_connections' parameter to a value in line with your production database server specifications. For reference, the default value of 151 will have a maximum memory usage of about 575MB, but will not scale up for a multiple users load in production.
If you are on a desktop machine, pick browser-based installation at first prompt, or you can force it with: $ ./cells configure --bind default
The installer opens a web page on port 8080 with a wizard for you to provide various configuration parameters, including DB connection info and the login/password of the main administrator.
In case where default port is busy, you can choose another one via the 'bind' flag, for instance:
$ ./cells configure --bind 0.0.0.0:12345
$ ./cells configure --bind
After browser configuration, all microservices are started automatically and you can directly start using Cells. It is yet good practice to stop the installer and restart Cells in normal mode before going live.
If you are more a shell person, you can perform the configuration process directly using this CLI (using the '--cli' flag or by choosing so at first prompt). You will then be able to choose to either use the default bindings for the embedded webserver or adapt these to your specific setup.
You can always reconfigure the webserver bindings afterwards by calling this command: $ ./cells configure sites See corresponding inline documentation for further details.
For automated, non-interactive installation, you can pass a YAML or a JSON config file that contains all necessary information, please refer to the documentation on https://pydio.com
All the command flags documented below are mapped to their associated ENV var using upper case and CELLS_ prefix. For example : $ ./cells configure --bind :9876 is equivalent to $ export CELLS_BIND=":9876"; ./cells configure
For backward compatibility reasons, the --cli, --yaml and --json flags do not respect the above rule (this might evolve in the 3.x version). They are respectively equivalent to CELLS_INSTALL_CLI, CELLS_INSTALL_YAML and CELLS_INSTALL_JSON ENV vars.
./cells configure [flags]
--bind string Internal IP|DOMAIN:PORT on which the main proxy will bind. Self-signed SSL will be used by default --cli Do not prompt for install mode, use CLI mode by default --exit_after_install Simply exits main process after the installation is done --external string External full URL (http[s]://IP|DOMAIN[:PORT]) exposed to the outside -h, --help help for configure --json string Points toward a configuration in JSON format --le_agree Accept Let's Encrypt EULA --le_email string Contact e-mail for Let's Encrypt provided certificate --no_tls Configure the main gateway to rather use plain HTTP --tls_cert_file string TLS cert file path --tls_key_file string TLS key file path --yaml string Points toward a configuration in YAML format
Options inherited from parent commands
- ./cells - Secure File Sharing for business
- ./cells configure db - Manage Database configuration
- ./cells configure sites - Manage site addresses