CentOS 7


To install JetStream, you will need to either be logged in as root or be an administrative user using sudo. The examples below use sudo.

New Installation

To install JetStream on CentOS, run the following:

# sudo rpm -i go-jetstream-<version>.x86_64.rpm

Enable and start the service:

# sudo systemctl enable jetstream-server
# sudo systemctl start jetstream-server

CentOS runs the firewalld firewall by default, so you may also need to add a firewall exception, for instance:

# sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --zone=public --add-port=8886/tcp --add-port=8886/udp
# sudo systemctl restart firewalld

Your server should now be running.

Update Existing Installation

To update JetStream on CentOS, run:

# sudo rpm -U go-jetstream-<version>.x86_64.rpm
# sudo systemctl daemon-reload
# sudo systemctl restart jetstream-server

Next Steps

Try connecting to the JetStream server and doing some transfers. We recommend downloading the Client Application. See Connecting To JetStream for tips on setting up a connection.

The Client Application may prompt you to setup a license. Server configuration tasks must be done by administrator users, which includes all users in the wheel group by default.


Many configuration tasks can be done from the Client Application, even if the Client is being run on another machine. If you can’t run a Client, or wish to script the installation process, there are alternate ways to configuration the server.