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SlackArchive

SlackArchive can be started with just a few commands.

First, ensure you have both Docker (https://www.docker.com/community-edition) and Docker Compose (https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/) on your native architecture (wherever you are going to run SlackArchive).

First, copy slackarchive/config.yaml.sample to slackarchive/config.yaml, and replace all the values within {...} with the appropriate values you want. Any place with a token or key, ensure those are random. You can generate a random value on the command line with bash using the following command: openssl rand -base64 8 |md5 |head -c24;echo (if you have OpenSSL) or without ping -c 1 yahoo.com |md5 | head -c24; echo. We avoid using /dev/urandom in case you are not using a UNIX-based machine.

Next, follow the same instructions as above for slackarchive-bot/config.yaml.sample. Ensure you put the config file in the same folder as where the sample file is.

Now, make sure you change at least the password (and ideally the username) of the MongoDB user in mongodb/docker-entrypoint-initdb.d/slackarchive.js. By default, the user is slackarchive and the password is 1234. NOTE: if you change these, you must update the values in the other two configuration files, AND change the MongoDB URI/URL string in the docker-compose.yaml file under the slackarchive directive.

Finally, if you want additional security, change the MongoDB root username and password in the docker-compose.yaml file under the mongodb directive and environment variables.

With all of these configuration options updates, you should now be able to start SlackArchive using the following commands:

  1. Create a virtual network in Docker for the containers to use.
docker network create slackarchive
  1. Initialize the dependencies, which are MongoDB and Elasticsearch.
docker-compose run --rm wait_for_dependencies
docker-compose run --rm slackarchive-init
  1. Finally, start the main service, including the SlackArchive bot.
docker-compose up slackarchive
docker-compose up slackarchive-bot
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