Nominode Minimum System Requirements
- CPU: 4 Cores
- Memory: 8 GB
- Operating Systems Supported:
- Amazon Linux 2
- CentOS 7
- Debian 9, 10
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12, 15
- Ubuntu 16, 18, 20
- Additional Software: Docker, curl, bzip2
Nominode software installation has only been tested and verified on the operating systems listed above. It may run successfully on other operating systems, but if you chose to run your Nominode on an operating system that is not yet officially supported, assistance with troubleshooting any issues encountered will be limited.
Removing a System Lock
As part of normal operation when a Nominode is upgraded or rebooted, a system lock is created in the system_lock table in the back-end database for your Nominode. The system lock is used to ensure that your Tasks and Sequences don't run before all ...
Nominode Installation and Configuration
Installing a Nominode 1. Create a Nom Nom Data account at https://auth.nomnomdata.com/sign-up 2. If the Nominode will be used by multiple people in your organization, setup the organization ...
Uninstalling a Nominode
Shutting down a Nominode and Removing the Nominode software Open a local, telnet or ssh session with your server. Navigate to the folder where the Nominode software was installed and execute this command: ./docker-compose down -v Then navigate to a ...
Nominode Task Updates via CLI
Below, we will discuss retrieving, updating, creating and deleting a Task using the Nominode SDK. Command line interaction with Tasks and other components is a cornerstone for integrating your Nominode with source control systems and continuous ...
Maintaining a Nominode
You can use the Status section of your Nominode to view information about your server. Determining and Updating the Version of your Nominode Software Expand the Admin section at the bottom of the left hand navigation menu of your Nominode. Click on ...