05-24-2018 05:21 PM
I'm using Minemeld 0.9.44.post1 and would like to test the new prototype O365 API MINER, since microsoft decided to change the way they publish IPs and URLs. I know that the development version of Minemeld (0.9.46) already comes with it, however I would like to maintain my stable version and only get the mentioned prototype to test. Is it possible? How can I get it? Is it necessary to reinstall the MineMeld Engine? Do I have to do major changes?
Thank you in advanced.
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05-25-2018 01:47 PM
Is there a guide to update MineMeld keeping local miners and config? I only get that:
which I think is too vague. If something goes wrong is it possible to backwards?
Thank you for the reply.
05-29-2018 06:09 AM
I get nothing when I use:
even with "sudo" before the command line. I'm using ansible version for CentOS. Any tip?
The other point is, can I keep the office365 actual miners (0.9.44) in the new version (0.9.46)? Can the new API and the old office365 miners live togheter? I would like to guarantee my stable environment until the Office (old way publishing) shutdown in october.
Thank you again.
05-30-2018 09:27 AM
Can someone help with this? I used ansible to install Minemeld 0.9.44 for CentOS. Now I would like test 0.9.46.
In the link below,
the last comment, by lmori, he mentions that: "Experimental CentOS 7 support has been added to MineMeld Ansible playbook. This means you can now run MineMeld CentOS 7, but automatic upgrade are not supported yet."
So, what would be the correct precedure to update it? Reinstall Minemeld to get the latest version? Would it maintain my local prototypes and my actual config? I wouldn't like to lose my stables enviroment. I have many policies (rules) based on it.
05-31-2018 03:37 PM
you can update your MineMeld installation using Ansible by following this procedure (backup your /opt/minemeld/local directory before starting):
$ sudo systemctl stop minemeld.service $ sudo rm -rf /opt/minemeld/engine/ /opt/minemeld/prototypes/ /opt/minemeld/www/ $ cd minemeld-ansible $ ansible-playbook -K -i 127.0.0.1, local.yml $ shutdown -r now
Once updated to 0.9.46, you can add the new Miners to your existing O365 aggregators - they will just coexist with the existing O365 miners.
06-01-2018 06:41 AM
thank you, it really helped me. But I still have an issue. My MM engine is restarting at each minute (image attached 1). When I was running the 0.9.44 version, my extensions, in the admin tab, were showed as, let's say installed (image attached 2). Now, it is not the case (image attached 3). Could it be the problem? What should I do?
Thank you once again.
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