Thru Node Installation Linux
The Linux Thru mode installation script is provided in two forms :
Crontab install for non root/sudoer users
Systemd install script which requires sudo permissions.
Copy the shell script from the Thru Node Installation window.
When you execute the script, the package is downloaded and extracted.
This will then guide you through the rest of the setup.
You will be prompted to confirm the installation location.
Enter location to install node (/home/user/Thru/TN7Y483B):
By default, the node is installed in /home/user/Thru/ using the node ID for its installation folder.
You will be prompted to confirm the TempRepository. (This is using as a cache for the node - make sure you have enough space.)
Enter working directory location (/home/user/Thru/TN7Y483B/TempRepository):
By default the TempRepository is defined under the node folder.
You will be prompted to confirm the location of the log directory.
Enter log directory location (/home/user/Thru/TN7Y483B/logs):
By default, the log directory is defined under the node folder.
Note : When a Thru Node is deleted in the UI, the corresponding running Thru Node will automatically uninstall the next time it attempts to check for an update.
TempRepository : Varies depending on the type of flow configurations. For LAN transfers only, a minimum of 100GB is recommended. For high file volumes and large files, storage may need to be as much as 1TB. Retention of files and configuration of retention policies will also affect storage requirements.