Installing from binary package¶
If you do not wish to install from source, and are using a RHEL-compatible 64-bit Linux distribution (such as CentOS), then you can install from a package instead of from source.
mkdir -p "$HOME/socorro-deploy" curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mozilla/socorro/master/scripts/deploy.sh \ -o "$HOME/socorro-deploy/deploy.sh" chmod +x "$HOME/socorro-deploy/deploy.sh" "$HOME/socorro-deploy/deploy.sh" \ https://ci.mozilla.org/job/socorro-release/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/socorro.tar.gz
This will install the very latest development release of Socorro, if you wish to install a particular release you can select one from the build history on https://ci.mozilla.org/job/socorro-release/
For example, the Socorro 87 release is https://ci.mozilla.org/job/socorro-release/1068/
Info for Socorro releases to Mozilla’s crash-stats server are available at https://github.com/mozilla/socorro/releases and the latest git SHA actually installed on production is available at https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/status/
You can find the git SHAs that went into each build at https://ci.mozilla.org/job/socorro-release/changes
Note that merge commits do not show up in the Jenkins changelog, so you’ll need to look at the “parent commits” in github to match them up.
You can skip the rest of these instructions, and go to System Test