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Installing Tamr Core

Instructions to run the Tamr Core standard installation.

Tamr Home Directory Requirements

Before installing Tamr Core, identify an installation directory, such as /data/tamr. The directory in which Tamr Core is installed is referred to as the Tamr home directory or <tamr-home-directory> in examples in this documentation.

You specify the directory's location when you install Tamr Core and cannot subsequently modify it. Follow these requirements when identifying the Tamr home directory.

  • The directory is not located on the root mount /.
  • The directory is located on a mount with the required disk space, such as /data.
  • The directory is owned by the tamr functional user.

importantimportant Important: Do not set a local environment variable for the Tamr home directory.

Installing Tamr Core

Before You Begin:

To install Tamr Core software:

  1. Unpack the Tamr Core software bundle unify.zip in the Tamr home directory:
unzip unify.zip
  1. Start all Tamr Core application dependencies:
./tamr/start-dependencies.sh
  1. Configure Tamr Core to use the PostgreSQL password used during database creation. If you need to change the password, see Changing the PostgreSQL Password
  2. (Optional) Configure Tamr Core to use non-default settings. For example, provide the license key to Tamr Core or specify custom ports. (You also can configure Tamr Core at a later time.) See Configuring Tamr, Setting the License Key, and Changing the Default Tamr Port.
  3. Start Tamr Core:
./tamr/start-unify.sh
  1. Configure backup settings. See Configuring Backup.

After completing Tamr Core installation, set the license key .


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