In this section, we introduce how to set up Dotshake in an AWS EC2 instance environment.
Other architectures will be supported at the end of September
Setup AWS EC2 instance
Step 2: Login with your AWS account.
If you do not have an AWS account yet, please create one first.
Step3: Launch EC2 instance
From the AWS console search window, type EC2.
Click on Launch Instance listed on the EC2 dashboard.
Select 64-bit (x86) UbuntuServer22.04LTS as the machine image.
Either instance type perfectly works in this demo. (we use free tier)
Create a key pair. Later, we will access the instance via SSH connection and proceed with the configuration.
In the network settings, check the box Allow SSH traffic. Then, click Launch Instance to launch the instance.
Step 4: Log in to the created EC2 instance and run the setup.
Select the instance created in Step2 and click Connect. Make sure you select the correct connection method and log in.
After connecting the instance, run the following commands.
ubuntu@ip-172-31-4-54:~$ curl -L https://pkgs.dotshake.com/debian/start.sh | sh
Once the package is installed, you will see the login URL on the terminal.
The message Successful login will be displayed if the login is successful.
Your dotshake ip => [100.72.93.185/16]
2022-09-23T16:23:14.636+0900 info dotshaker up launched dotshaker daemon.
Check to see if Dotshake is up and running correctly.
sudo systemctl status dotshaker.service
The following message ensures the Dotshake is working properly.
● dotshaker.service - dotshaker daemon
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/dotshaker.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: active (running) since Fri 2022-09-23 09:49:46 JST; 6h ago
Main PID: 175492 (dotshaker)
Tasks: 22 (limit: 76989)
└─175492 /usr/bin/dotshaker up -daemon=false
Step 5: Check the status
Get the IP address on the other machine and confirm if both are connected.
ping <dotshake ip>