This guide describes the sequence of steps you should follow if you want to use your Google account to log in to the monitoring site.
On the Wialon tab of the administration system, find the monitoring site (Wialon Web type) which you want to access using Google authorization and click Change next to its name. On the Advanced tab of the site settings, enable the Google authorization option.
The https protocol should be used for the selected monitoring site.
As a result, the Log in with Google caption is displayed on the login page of the monitoring system. It allows logging in to the system using the connected Google account.
This guide describes the sequence of steps you should follow if you want to upgrade Wialon Local from version 1704 to version 1804.
In order for Wialon local version 1704 and above to function correctly, the Node.js 6.x package is required. Support for older versions of Node.js, starting with the release of 1804, is discontinued.
The official Debian 8 and Debian 9 repositories include earlier versions of packages. When installing from our distribution package, the required Node.js version is installed automatically.
Log in to the terminal on behalf of the main user (root) and run the following commands:
When upgrading Wialon Local from version 1804 to version 1904, follow the steps below.
Add additional options (listed below) to the nginx configuration files for the admin site (/etc/nginx/conf.d/lcm.conf). Add the options to the location element of the server section of the lcm.conf file and to the configuration of other nginx involved in proxying requests. This is required to activate work using web sockets.
Example of the lcm.conf configuration file:
Install the ripgrep utility. It is required for quick reading of statistical information about the status of the server.
To upgrade Wialon Local from version 1904 to version 2004, follow the steps below.
Install the pigz and curl utilities. To do this, log in to the terminal on behalf of the main user (root) and run the following command:
Upgrade Node.js to the version 10.x, by running on behalf of the main user (root) the following commands:
Check the availability of your sites after they restart. To update Node.js, you can also contact technical support. In this case, in the letter specify SSH credentials (IP, login and password) to access the server console.
The instruction is also located on the official site of the Node.js developer.