- Download the installer script from releases.jfrog.io.
Run the installer script.
The installer performs the following actions in sequence:
- Installs K3s server.
- Start K3s server.
- Installs Helm.
- Fetches the JFrog Platform binaries from the Helm repository.
Initializes the pods with JFrog products.
The installer exits while the pods are initialized and displays the further commands that you need to run to complete the installation. You can save these commands for future use.
In the following example, xx.xx.xxx.xxx is the IP address of the machine.
Run the following command to check whether all pods are in the running state.
The initial setup of the pods can take upwards of 15 minutes. Wait until all the pods are in the running state before you proceed.
Run the following command to expose the ports so that you can access the JFrog Platform.
You must run this command when you restart the machine to access the JFrog Platform.
- Access Artifactory from your browser at:
HOSTNAME. For example, on your local machine:
To access the logs, find the name of the pod using the following command.
To get the specific container logs, run the following command.
After the installation is complete, refer to Onboarding Wizard for information on how to get started with using the JFrog Platform.
Uninstall the JFrog Platform K3s Installation
The K3s installation includes the following uninstallation script that you can run to remove K3s along with JFrog Platform.
If you want to uninstall JFrog Platform and retain the K3s installation, run the following command.
Removal of the Helm release does not completely remove the persistent volumes. You must remove them explicitly. For more information, refer to the K3s documentation available at K3s.