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Install the Run:AI Backend

Set Backend Configuration

Customize the Run:AI backend configuration file.

Edit runai-backend/runai-backend-helm-release.yaml

Generate a values file by running:

runai-adm generate-values --openshift

Edit Backend Configuration File

Change the following properties in the values file:

Replace With Description
postgresql.persistence PostgreSQL permanent storage via a Persistent Volume. You can either use storageClassName to create a PV automatically or set nfs.server and nfs.path to provide the network file storage for the PV. The folder in the path should be pre-created and have full access rights
Optional:
backend.initTenant.admin Change password for admin@run.ai This user is the master Backend administrator
backend.initTenant.users Change password for test@run.ai This user is the first cluster user

Install Backend

Run the helm command below:

helm install runai-backend runai-backend/runai-backend-<version>.tgz -n \
    runai-backend -f runai-backend/runai-backend-helm-release.yaml 
(replace <version> with the backend version)

helm repo add runai-backend https://backend-charts.storage.googleapis.com
helm repo update
helm install runai-backend -n runai-backend runai-backend/runai-backend \
    -f runai-backend-values.yaml 

Tip

Use the --dry-run flag to gain an understanding of what is being installed before the actual installation.

Connect to Administrator User Interface

Run: oc get routes -n runai-backend to find the Run:AI Administration User Interface URL. Log in using the default credentials: User: test@run.ai, Password: password

Next Steps

Continue with installing a Run:AI Cluster.


Last update: August 29, 2021