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Version: v0.14

Install via Docker Compose


Launch DevLake

  • Commands written like this are to be run in your terminal.

NOTE:Before 3, make sure your .env file has read/write permissions set for the current user in your machine, else the API-Server will not start properly

  1. Download docker-compose.yml and env.example from latest release page into a folder.
  2. Rename env.example to .env. For Mac/Linux users, please run mv env.example .env in the terminal. This file contains the environment variables that the Devlake server will use. Additional ones can be found in the compose file(s).
  3. Run docker-compose up -d to launch DevLake.

Collect data and view dashboards

  1. Visit config-ui at http://localhost:4000 in your browser to configure DevLake and collect data.
    • Please follow the tutorial
    • devlake container takes a while to fully boot up. If config-ui complains about API being unreachable, please wait a few seconds and refresh the page.
  2. To view dashboards, click View Dashboards button in the top left corner, or visit localhost:3002 (username: admin, password: admin).
    • We use Grafana to visualize the DevOps data and build dashboards.
    • For how to customize and provision dashboards, please see our Grafana doc.

Upgrade to a newer version

Support for database schema migration was introduced to DevLake in v0.10.0. From v0.10.0 onwards, users can upgrade their instance smoothly to a newer version. However, versions prior to v0.10.0 do not support upgrading to a newer version with a different database schema.