This document describes the overall flow for installing the ALM Octane server on Linux.
Verify your system meets hardware and software requirements.
This includes setting up permissions, opening ports, database configuration, and more.
You need three separate server machines.
ALM Octane server
Note: We recommend you review security considerations in the knowledge base article KM02707977. This article contains Instructions on how to set up a secure configuration for ALM Octane.
Deploy ALM Octane on a machine dedicated for the ALM Octane server on Linux.
ALM Octane is deployed using the RPM Package Manager (as an .rpm file).
The deployment path is /opt/octane.
The command to deploy is:
rpm -Uvh <name of the RPM file>
This section describes how to configure.
Edit the octane.conf file with your site's settings for initial configuration.
(Optional) Depending on your needs, configure optional configuration files:
- elasticsearch-security.conf to configure secure Elasticsearch.
- proxy.conf to use a proxy server.
- ldap.conf to use LDAP authentication.
- sso.conf to use SSO authentication.
The path to these files is /opt/octane/conf.
For details, see Configure site settings.
Start the ALM Octane server:
systemctl start octane
For details, see Start the ALM Octane server.
Verify that ALM Octane was properly installed. For details, see Checking logs.
Log into ALM Octane. For details, see Log in to ALM Octane.
After starting the server on the first machine, configure and initialize each additional cluster node. For details, see Cluster installation flow.