Faraday Server

Faraday Server

Faraday's installers (.deb or .rpm) will install Faraday Server as a service.

Faraday Server is the interface between PostgreSQLFaraday Client and the WebUI. The Server's responsibility is to transmit information between the Client or WebUI and PostgreSQL, and make sure that they are kept in sync.

It is recommended to install Faraday Server on the same instance as PostgreSQL. 

How to Install Faraday

 Which Operating System are you using?
  1. Debian/Ubuntu/Kali
  2. CentOS7/RedHat7
  3. Mac OSX 
Installing on Docker? Check our Docker install guide.

If you had already installed Faraday, you may want to know how to use PostgreSQL remotely or how to update your instance.

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