Fusion Installation and Upgrades
You can install Fusion:
On a single computer – Install Fusion on a single computer for purposes of development, evaluations, or demonstrations.
For information, see Install Fusion on a Single Computer.
On multiple servers (as a Fusion cluster) – For a number of reasons such as performance, scaling, and availability, you must install Fusion on multiple servers for a production deployment.
Detailed instructions have been added in the documentation for Fusion 3.1.
These procedures are for initial installations of Fusion.
If you already have Fusion installed and want to upgrade to a later release, see the upgrade documentation.
Additional documentation that pertains to installation includes:
System Requirements – Hardware and software needed to run Fusion in both single-node (trial) and multi-node (production) deployments
Deployment Types – An explanation of deployment goals and cluster arrangements for Fusion, Solr, and ZooKeeper
Components – An explanation of the components that comprise Fusion
Troubleshoot When Installing Fusion – An explanation of how to troubleshoot difficulties that occur when installing or upgrading Fusion
Directories and Logs – What’s in the Fusion home directory (
/path/to/fusion/3.0.x), including default log file locations
Default Ports – Default Fusion server ports and how to change them
Checking System State – How to check the default Fusion distribution
Integrating with existing Solr instances – How to use existing Solr instances to store Fusion collections
After installation, proceed to these topics: