Install with production configuration
This page describes StackState version 4.3.
The StackState 4.3 version range is End of Life (EOL) and no longer supported. We encourage customers still running the 4.3 version range to upgrade to a more recent release.
StackState prefers Kubernetes! In the future we will move away from Linux support. Read how to migrate from the Linux install of StackState to the Kubernetes install.


Before starting the installation, ensure your system(s) meet StackState's production deployment installation requirements.

Two-node deployment architecture

The StackState production environment requires two nodes a StackGraph and a StackState node.
Configure StackState to run in the two-node setup requires the following steps:

Preparing the StackGraph node

  1. 1.
    Install the package using the instruction for Installing StackState, using PRODUCTION-STACKGRAPH as SETUP configuration parameter.
  2. 2.
    Start the StackGraph process as described in Starting / Stopping.

Preparing the StackState node

To prepare an additional node for running a StackState component, follow these steps:
  1. 1.
    Install the package using the instruction for Installing StackState, using PRODUCTION-STACKSTATE as SETUP configuration parameter.

Further Configuring StackState

After you have installed StackState, refer to the following pages for configuration instructions:

Starting and Stopping

Note that the StackGraph node always needs to be running before starting StackState

Starting and Stopping StackGraph

On the StackGraph node, the following commands will start/stop StackGraph:
sudo systemctl start stackgraph.service
sudo systemctl stop stackgraph.service

Starting and Stopping StackState

On the StackState node, the following commands will start/stop StackState:
sudo systemctl start stackstate.service
sudo systemctl stop stackstate.service