Installation and Upgrade#

Squirro can be installed on Linux systems, with both out-of-the-box Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® and its derivative CentOS supported.

This page provides links to information about installing and upgrading Squirro.

System Requirements#

For minimum system requirements for a proof of concept (POC) installation, see System Requirements.

Installing Squirro Using Ansible#

For detailed installation instructions on installing Squirro using Ansible, see Install and Manage Squirro with Ansible.

How to Configure and Automate the Backup of Elasticsearch#

Once you have installed Squirro, you can configure and automate the backup of Elasticsearch. For detailed instructions, see Automate the Backup of Elasticsearch.

Installing Squirro on Linux#

For detailed installation instructions, see Installing Squirro on Linux.

Cluster Node Expansion#

To learn more about adding cluster nodes to a Squirro installation, see Cluster Expansion.

Upgrading Squirro#

For the latest upgrade instructions, see Upgrading Squirro.

Upgrade Configuration Conflicts#

For help with configuration conflicts, see Upgrading Configuration Conflicts.

Elasticsearch Migration#

Starting from Release 3.7.4, Squirro storage nodes use Elasticsearch 8.x. If you are upgrading Squirro from older versions, you will also need to upgrade Elasticsearch to 8.x.

For detailed instructions on migrating Elasticsearch, see Elasticsearch Migration.

Upgrading Earlier Versions of Squirro#

For earlier Squirro version upgrade instructions, see Upgrading Earlier Versions.