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JFrog Mission Control 3.x Documentation
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File Structure  

After downloading and extracting the installer, the following file structure is created under the installation folder.

install-<flavor>.sh

The installation script for specific Linux flavor (Debian/Centos)

config

A folder containing files necessary to configure 3rd party services like MongoDB, PHP-FPM, etc.

packages

A folder containing the actual packages to install (deb or rpm files)

seed_data

A folder containing scripts necessary to seed users/data into 3rd party services

migration

A folder containing scripts necessary to migrate from earlier versions of Mission control

version.sh

A file containing the version of the JFMC

Page Contents

 


Home Directory Files

The Mission Control home (/opt/jfrog/) directory will contain files necessary to start and stop all the micro-services associated with JFrog Mission Control

mission-control/bin
Mission Control service files
mission-control/lib
The Mission Control runtime JAR file
mission-control/logs
Log files (audit, system etc.)
mission-control/scripts
Control scripts for Mission Control

Data Folder

The Mission Control data folder (usually, /var/opt/jfrog/mission-control) will contain files created and used by each of the micro-services.


Log Location

Logs are written into data folder (usually at /var/opt/jfrog/mission-control/logs) and log rotation is not enabled. It is recommended to turn on log rotation.

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