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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Changing a Nominode's Configuration
Switching from a Local Database to a Remote Database Open a local, telnet or ssh session with your server. Navigate to the folder where your Nominode software is installed and execute these commands: ./docker-compose exec mysql mysqldump -u root ...
Nominode Permissions Overview
In the Permissions section of your Nominode, you can control what actions each user of your Nominode can perform. Detailed instructions for how to modify permissions can be found in the Managing Permissions on a Nominode support document A Project ...