Initial run guide

Important details for the first time you run a new StackState installation

Overview

This page provides all the information you need to install and run StackState.

Installation instructions

Kubernetes
Linux
Openshift
Kubernetes

Install StackState on Kubernetes.

Linux

Install StackState on Linux.

Openshift

Install StackState on Openshift.

Address and port

Kubernetes
Linux
Openshift
Kubernetes

To access the StackState UI:

  1. Access the StackState UI at: https://localhost:8080​

Linux

The StackState UI can be accessed using the STACKSTATE_BASE_URL specified during installation:

https://STACKSTATE_BASE_URL:7077

Openshift

To access the StackState UI:

  1. Access the StackState UI at: https://localhost:8080​

Default username and password

Kubernetes
Linux
Openshift
Kubernetes

StackState is configured by default with the following administrator account:

  • username: admin

  • password: Set during installation. This is collected by the generate_values.sh script and stored in MD5 hash format in values.yaml

Linux

StackState is configured by default with the following administrator account:

  • username: admin

  • password: topology-telemetry-time

Openshift

StackState is configured by default with the following administrator account:

  • username: admin

  • password: Set during installation. This is collected by the generate_values.sh script and stored in MD5 hash format in values.yaml

Troubleshooting

If you run into any problems during the installation of StackState or first run, check the StackState installation troubleshooting guide.

Next steps

Once you have StackState up and running, you can get started setting up integrations