Installing Replicated 1.2

How to install the legacy version of Replicated 1.2 via Deb and Yum packages.

This content is associated with a legacy version of the Replicated product. For the current Replicated product documentation, see

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Host Setup

Before installing your app, you need to install Replicated on a compatible machine.

Supported Operating Systems

We support the server versions of the following OS’s

  • Debian 7.7 - 10
  • Ubuntu 14.04 / 15.10
  • Fedora 21 / 22
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1
  • CentOS 7.4 - 7.7
  • Amazon AMI 2014.03 / 2014.09 / 2015.03 / 2015.09

Please note your machine must support docker-engine 1.10.3 - 24.0.2 (with24.0.2 being the recommended version). This also requires a 64-bit distribution with a kernel minimum of 3.10. For detailed requirements and installation guides see the docker installation docs.

Current Replicated Versions

Daemon Stable Version
replicated 1.2.134 1 November, 2016
replicated-ui 1.2.80 1 November, 2016
replicated-agent 1.2.51 1 November, 2016

Easy Installation

We provide an easy-to-use one-line installation process (via shell script) which will detect your OS, ask a few questions and install the Replicated components for you including docker-engine. More details on the installation script:

With Timeout Prompts

curl -sSL | sudo bash

Wait Indefinitely

curl -sSL | sudo bash -s no-auto

When you’re ready to start shipping to customers, you can either proxy this install script or provide TLS certs for us to CNAME it for you. An example of customer facing installation guide can be found at our unpublished demo app: GetElk

Accessing the On-prem UI

Now you’re ready to start deploying your app! The Replicated On-Prem UI is web-based, and can be accessed via port 8800 over HTTPS of the server you’ve installed Replicated on (make sure that port 8800 is accessible from your local computer).

You’ll need to create & download a license file for yourself on the vendor portal & then just follow the instructions from there.

Advanced Installation Options

Manual Installation

If you’d rather install the components manually, you can! Just use the following steps. If you’re using an apt-based OS, such as Debian or Ubuntu, you’ll want to use the “apt” tab when using the scripts shown below. If you’re using a yum-based OS, such as RHEL or CentOS, go for the “yum” tab.

Install Docker

Currently the Replicated installation script installs Docker version 24.0.2 Refer to the Docker Installation Guide for Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, or RHEL.

Add the Replicated repository to package manager


echo "deb all stable" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/replicated.list


echo -e "[replicated]\nname = Replicated Repository\nbaseurl =\n" | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/replicated.repo

Download the Replicated GPG key


sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp:// --recv-keys 68386EDB2C8B75CA615A8C985D4781862AFFAC40


gpg --keyserver hkp:// --recv-keys 822819BB
gpg --export -a 822819BB > /tmp/replicated_pub.asc
sudo rpm --import /tmp/replicated_pub.asc

Install Replicated via package manager


apt-get update
apt-get install replicated replicated-ui replicated-updater


yum clean all
yum install replicated replicated-ui replicated-updater

Installing Behind A Proxy

Replicated introduced an enhanced installer that should simplify the proxy installation experience. However, previous methods of identifying proxied installs are still supported.

Post-Installation Maintenance

Restarting Replicated

Restarting replicated varies depending on your host OS, please see below for the correct instructions to restarting replicated.


restart replicated-ui
restart replicated
restart replicated-agent


systemctl restart replicated replicated-updater replicated-ui replicated-agent

If you need to reset your console password please refer to the reseting your password in the On-Prem CLI section.

List Installed Replicated Version

Note: You can also use the CLI to determine the version of the daemon


dpkg --list | grep replicated


yum list installed | grep replicated

Update Replicated via package manager

You may need to add the Replicated repository and GPG key to the package manager before running commands, see Manual Installation for more details.


apt-get update
apt-get install replicated replicated-ui replicated-agent


yum makecache
yum update replicated replicated-ui replicated-agent

If you have additional hosts you will independently need to run the following on each of them.

curl -sSL | sudo sh

Log Rotation

By default, the Replicated installer script will set up log rotation for you. This section describes how to get it up and running manually just in case.

Replicated components write log files to /var/log/replicated. These logs contain useful diagnostic information, and can grow somewhat large. We recommend setting up a log rotation policy for these files. The easiest way to accomplish this is via the logrotate facility present on most Linux-based systems. Below is an example policy file that you can create in /etc/logrotate.d/replicated to be picked up by logrotate. It will rotate the Replicated log files whenever they become larger than 500 KB, keeping at most 4 rotated log files around on the filesystem.

/var/log/replicated/*.log {
  size 500k
  rotate 4

Removing Replicated

To remove Replicated from a given host you can run the following command.


dpkg --purge replicated replicated-ui replicated-agent replicated-updater
rm -rf /var/lib/replicated /etc/replicated-agent.conf /etc/replicated.conf /etc/replicated-agent


yum remove -y replicated replicated-ui replicated-agent replicated-updater
rm -rf /var/lib/replicated /etc/replicated-agent.conf /etc/replicated.conf /etc/replicated-agent

Troubleshooting Agent Installation

When provisioning a remote agent machine via SSH, you may receive an error like Unable to use 'sudo' on agent host.

To fix this, you’ll need to disable the requiretty setting in your sudo configuration. On most Linux-based systems, you can simply run sudo visudo from a shell, which will open an editor for your sudo configuration. Add an exclamation point to any occurrences of requiretty, e.g. !requiretty, then save the file.

After you have made this change, you can try provisioning the machine again from the Replicated UI.

Please note that this may have security implications, so make sure you check the documentation for your OS and consider the effects carefully.

Migrating to Replicated v2

Replicated provides a one line migration script to upgrade your v1 installation to v2. The script will first stop your app and backup all Replicated data in case there is a need for a restore. To invoke the migration script all you have to do is run the script below and follow the prompts.

curl -sSL | sudo bash


To prevent loss of data, backing up your server is highly recommended before performing a migration.