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DIA Test‐Space with Minikube

Developing, Testing, and Building the DIA platform with Minikube

Preparing the local files

  1. 1.
    Clone repo and change directory:
git clone [email protected]:diadata-org/diadata.git
cd diadata

Preparing a local cluster

Note: Minikube runs on a virtualization layer on the host. The docker driver is usually the recommended and default option and should be seen as a requirement. For other supported drivers, please refer to Minikube's official documentation. You can also check Minikube's handbook for advanced command usage.
  1. 1.
    First, install dependencies: Minikube and Docker.
  2. 2.
    Next, start the development environment by running the following command to start a Minikube node:
./testenv.sh start
  1. 3.
    Build the necessary service containers by executing the following commands:
./testenv.sh build
  1. 4.
    Run the installation script to set up the necessary services (Redis cache, Kafka streams, PostgreSQL, and InfluxDB databases) by executing the following commands:
./testenv.sh install
Now that you have the local cluster running, you are ready to start.
  1. 5.
    import the test data from the diadata snapshot service: This requires the default structure to be empty and created inside the postgres server. The script will automatically download the snapshot, install it and remove the downloaded snapshot again.
./testenv.sh snapshot

Other useful commands

To stop the cluster:
./testenv.sh stop
To delete the cluster node:
./testenv.sh delete