Tyk Pump on Red Hat (RHEL) / CentOS
Ansible is required to run the following commands. Instructions on how install Tyk Pump with shell is in the Shell tab.
- clone the tyk-ansible repositry
$ git clone https://github.com/TykTechnologies/tyk-ansible
cdinto the directory
$ cd tyk-ansible
- Run initalization script to initialize environment
$ sh scripts/init.sh
hosts.ymlfile to update ssh variables to your server(s). You can learn more about the hosts file here
Run ansible-playbook to install
$ ansible-playbook playbook.yml -t tyk-pump
Install Tyk Pump on Red Hat (RHEL) / CentOS
Tyk has it’s own signed RPMs in a YUM repository hosted by the kind folks at packagecloud.io, which makes it easy, safe and secure to install a trusted distribution of the Tyk Gateway stack.
This tutorial will run on an Amazon AWS Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 instance. We will install Tyk Pump with all dependencies stored locally.
We’re installing on a
t2.micro because this is a tutorial, you’ll need more RAM and more cores for better performance.
This configuration should also work (with some tweaks) for CentOS.
- We are assuming that both Redis and MongoDB are installed (these are installed as part of the Tyk Gateway and Dashboard installation guides)
Step 1: Set up YUM Repositories
First, we need to install some software that allows us to use signed packages:
sudo yum install pygpgme yum-utils wget
Next, we need to set up the various repository configurations for Tyk and MongoDB:
Create a file named
/etc/yum.repos.d/tyk_tyk-pump.repo that contains the repository configuration below:
Make sure to replace
7 in the config below with your Linux distribution and version:
[tyk_tyk-pump] name=tyk_tyk-pump baseurl=https://packagecloud.io/tyk/tyk-pump/el/7/$basearch repo_gpgcheck=1 gpgcheck=1 enabled=1 gpgkey=https://keyserver.tyk.io/tyk.io.rpm.signing.key.2020 https://packagecloud.io/tyk/tyk-pump/gpgkey sslverify=1 sslcacert=/etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt metadata_expire=300
Finally we’ll need to update our local cache, so run:
sudo yum -q makecache -y --disablerepo='*' --enablerepo='tyk_tyk-pump'
Step 2: Install Packages
We’re ready to go, you can now install the relevant packages using yum:
sudo yum install -y tyk-pump
(You may be asked to accept the GPG key for our repos and when the package installs, hit yes to continue.)
Step 3: Configure Tyk Pump
If you don’t complete this step, you won’t see any analytics in your Dashboard, so to enable the analytics service, we need to ensure Tyk Pump is running and configured properly.
You need to replace
<IP Address> for
--mongo=mongodb://<IP Address>/ with your own values to run this script.
sudo /opt/tyk-pump/install/setup.sh --redishost=<hostname> --redisport=6379 --mongo=mongodb://<IP Address>/tyk_analytics
Step 4: Start Tyk Pump
sudo service tyk-pump start
That’s it, the Pump should now be up and running.
You can verify if Tyk Pump is running and working by accessing the logs:
sudo journalctl -u tyk-pump