Countly server installation on mac OS

How to install Countly server on mac OS>

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    Hi there!

    Thanks for reaching out to us.

    Countly doesn't work on MacOS or Windows, please check this article for a list of operating systems currently supported by Countly.

    Please let me know if there is anything else I can help you with. Thank you!

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  • Can we use docker to run linux images ?

    Please provide steps to install local server on macOS.

     

    Thanks,

    Nanjaiya

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  • Hi Team,

    Below servers are installed and running successfully on Docker Desktop, but getting error while opening/ running server images on browsers.

    1. countly-server-master_countly-frontend

    2. countly-server-master_countly-api

    3. countly-server-master_nginx

    4. countly-server-master_mongodb

     

    Errors:

    1. ountly-server-master_countly-frontend - http://localhost:6001, error : Forbidden Token

    2. countly-server-master_countly-api  - http://localhost:3001

    error :

    {"result":"Invalid path"}

    3. countly-server-master_nginx - http://localhost:8080/

    Welcome to nginx!

    If you see this page, the nginx web server is successfully installed and working. Further configuration is required.

    For online documentation and support please refer to nginx.org.
    Commercial support is available at nginx.com.

    Thank you for using nginx.

    4. countly-server-master_mongodb

    error:

    It looks like you are trying to access MongoDB over HTTP on the native driver port.

     

    Please help me here to fix this issue.

     

    Thanks,

    Nanjaiya

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  • Hi, did you feed nginx config file to the nginx container as suggested here?

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  • Thanks for your quick reply!

    Yes, i have done nginx container as suggested. via curl cmd.

    Please share steps to feed nginx container as well frontend config file.

    Thanks,

    Nanjaiya

     

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  • Well, something went wrong it seems. All you need to do to get it running is at that link.

    Could you share all the commands you've run to get Countly started?

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  • Commands what i have used after install docker desktop app

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    2. curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Countly/countly-server/master/docker-compose.yml curl -O
    3. https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Countly/countly-server/master/bin/docker/nginx.server.conf
    4. sed " 's/bin\/docker\/nginx.server.conf/nginx.server.conf/g' docker-compose.yml
    5. docker-compose up

     

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  • It seems you missed "-i" in sed, didn't you?

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  • its typo error Artem, sorry..

    correctly executed below commands,

    curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Countly/countly-server/master/docker-compose.yml
    curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Countly/countly-server/master/bin/docker/nginx.server.conf
    sed -i '' 's/bin\/docker\/nginx.server.conf/nginx.server.conf/g' docker-compose.yml
    docker-compose up


    Provide steps to add manually config to nginx.config file.

    Thanks
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  • There are no such steps, it should be already configured. Take a careful look at logs, there must be something meaningful. Also I'd like to reiterate, I don't see any possible reason for it not to be configured correctly unless you've made some mistake along the way - typos, wrong quotes because of copy & paste, etc. Just start from scratch again and look at logs carefully.

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  • Thanks for update.

     

    Will start from scratch and i will logs carefully.

    please guide how to set countly_host_name via terminal.

     

    Thanks

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  • I run Countly Community Server on macOS - it works great once I made all of the necessary changes for support. I have submitted those changes back to the community for 20.04.

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  • Great!, it working for me. Thanks

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