Installing a storage server allows you to use Media Shuttle to transfer content to on-premises storage. Each storage server should be installed on a different computer.
You can download the Media Shuttle Storage Server software from your Account Administration Console.
After installation, you can assign a storage server to a portal.
An upgrade of your on-premises storage may require that you uninistall and reinstall a storage server.
To download the Media Shuttle Storage Server software:
The registration key authenticates your server to your account. A unique registration key is required for each storage server installation.
Note: Media Shuttle upgrades do not require a new key.
To run the installer:
tar zxvf Install_Signiant_Media_Shuttle_v2.9.0.tar.gz.
Note: If you do not include your registration key when installing a storage server, you must uninstall your storage server and reinstall with the registration key provided.
For a silent install, use
./installer.sh -help to provide feedback with the supported arguments:
./installer.sh -s -registration-key=<registration_key>
After installation, assign your storage server to a portal to allow it to send and receive file transfers.
For your storage server to be registered, port 8080 must be open during installation. If the port is unavailable, the installation will still complete. You can then open port 8080 temporarily to complete registration.
To register your storage server after installation:
In your terminal, run
curl -vv --data installKey=<registration_key>.
When upgrading your on-premises storage you may need to uninstall and reinstall your storage server.
To uninstall a storage server:
From the command line, run
To reinstall a storage server, complete the installation procedure again using a new registration key.