UP9 CLI Installation
Make sure you have the UP9 hardware prerequisites and get started installing the UP9 Command Line Interface (CLI) below.
|Metric||CPU (min-max)||Memory (min-max)||Storage|
|UP9 Agent (one per cluster)||100m-500m||100Mi-512Mi|
|UP9 Collector (one per cluster node)||100m-750m||50Mi-500Mi|
|UP9 Sidecar (one per monitored pod)||100m-500m||1Mi-50Mi|
|UP9 Auth Helper||100m-500m||1Mi-256Mi|
Hardware resource requirements for the passive tapper (network layer listener):
|Rotations per minute||2000 rpm|
|Max data volume per minute||15 MB/minute|
UP9 Command Line Interface
First, sign up for UP9 using this link: https://up9.app/signup.
Next, install the UP9 CLI using Node Package Manager:
npm i -g up9
brew tap up9inc/brew && brew install up9
Finally, with your browser open and your UP9 account logged in, authenticate the UP9 CLI:
To stop UP9 from listening to your traffic, navigate to your workspace in the Organization Settings screen. Select Pause in the Tapping Sources menu.
UP9 will ask you to confirm. If you see a Paused Successfully popup, UP9 has paused listening to traffic in your workspace.
For support, feel free to use any one of the three: