💡 Note that this article is about the Classic on-prem installation package targeting Centos6. A new ftrack installation package is available, please read more here.
Managing a local installation
This section explains how to setup and manage your own local ftrack server. It is assumed you have experience working in Linux and executing commands in a terminal. If you do not then please seek assistance from someone who does.
- Installing ftrack
- Configuring the database
- Configuring server options
- Installing FFmpeg and ffprobe
- Upgrading to a new version
- Handling backups
- Using https
For local installations of ftrack you need to manage backups yourself. Make sure backups are setup before anyone starts using the ftrack server.
To learn more about advanced techniques on self-hosting thumbnails and other media please refer to Self-hosted ftrack server location.