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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
backend.initTenant.admin Change password for This user is the master Backend administrator
backend.initTenant.users Change password for 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
helm repo update
helm install runai-backend -n runai-backend runai-backend/runai-backend \
    -f runai-backend-values.yaml 


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:, Password: password

Next Steps

Continue with installing a Run:AI Cluster.

Last update: August 29, 2021