Minimum requirements

Localhost Install

ParaDB installation requirements:

For details on installing these prerequisites, visit the developers’ documentation, by clicking on the links provided above.

Requirements:

ParaDB installation requirements:

  • Linux Operating System (preferably)
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 5 GB of disk space.

Starting the ParaDB container on localhost

Fast Installation

To start the ParaDB and Blast containers on localhost, run the following commands:

$ git clone https://github.com/ParacoccidioidesDB/paradb.git
$ cd paradb
$ docker-compose up -d

Tutorial video showing ParaDB installation in a Linux environment (recommended)

Details on a standard ParaDB installation, in a Linux environment:

The entire execution process for ParaDB installation is described, step-by-step, in the comments below. The values shown next to each comment (in parentheses) represent the exact time each action takes place in the video. Note that both Docker and Docker Compose had been previously installed in the local host, according to the official Docker project documentation (see above).
Installation description...

## Validating Docker installation [00:12]

$ docker

## Validating the installation of Docker-Compose [00:22]

$ docker-compose

## Cloning the ParaDB repository on GitHub [00:44]

$ git clone https://github.com/ParacoccidioidesDB/paradb.git

## Accessing the Cloned GitHub Folder [01:22]

$ cd paradb

## Listing the files in the folder [01:25]

$ ls

## Checking the file of the Docker Compose responsible for starting the ParaDB service [01:34]

$ vi docker-compose.yml

## Checking the container settings: paradb-web, paradb-blast, and paradb-watchtower [01:36]

## Checking the network port settings of the paradb-web container [01:44]

## Checking the network port settings for the paradb-blast container [01:55] and the folder sharing settings [02:00]

## Checking the folder-sharing settings of the container paradb-watchtower [02:09] and the monitoring settings for the paradb-web and paradb-blast containers [02:13]

## Checking the Docker service network settings [02:16]

## Listing the Blast service databases [02:32]

$ ls paradb_blast

## Starting the ParaDB service on the local machine [02:49]

$ docker-compose up -d

## Downloading the Docker image: paradb-web [02:54]

## Downloading the Docker image: paradb-blast [06:06]

## Downloading the Docker image: paradb-watchtower [07:04]

## Starting the ParaDB service [07:22]

## Viewing the downloaded Docker images to the machine [07:33]

$ docker images

## Viewing the ParaDB Service Containers [07:45]

$ docker ps

## Displaying the web port (80) of the paradb-web container [07:52]

## Accessing the ParaDB page locally through the address http://localhost [07:58]

Note: The paradb-web container has the web and database services. It may take a few seconds to become available for access. In case of an error, please wait a few minutes and try again. [08:02]

## Opening the ParaDB homepage [08:04]

## Displaying the web port (4567) of the container paradb-blast [08:18]

## Accessing the ParaDB Blast page locally through the address http://localhost: 4567 [08:32]

## Accessing the Blast page through the ParaDB interface [08:42]

## ParaDB Access