COMMAND>_ is a complex application and relies on several other software components to work. In order to ease up the deployment process a docker-compose.yml file is provided, so assuming you have a working Docker Compose environment, the deployment process will be a matter of running a few commands.

In case you want to manually deploy COMMAND>_ in your environment there will be more steps you will need to take care of such as installing the web-server, the DBMS, etc.


Have a look at the requirements.txt file for details. COMMAND>_ main dependencies are:

COMMAND>_ uses several external tools that you’ll need to download them separately:

Docker Compose

Assuming that you have Docker Compose correctly installed, you should be able to perform the following steps:

# 1. clone the repository
git clone

# 2. copy external dependencies (check figure below)

# 3. build
docker-compose build

# 4. start docker
docker-compose up -d

# 5. create database schema
docker-compose exec web python migrate

# 6. create admin user
docker-compose exec web python init_admin

# 7. create initial options
docker-compose exec web python init_options

# 8. create demo compendium
docker-compose exec web python init_demo_compendium demo

# 9. run daphne
docker-compose exec -d daphne daphne -b -p 8001 cport.asgi:channel_layer

# 10. run worker
docker-compose exec -d worker python3 runworker
That’s it! You should be able to point your browser to http://localhost and login into COMMAND>_ using:
  • username: admin
  • password: admin


You should have the following directory structure for the external tools



You might need to rename the directory from command to cport before doing step # 2.

Manual Deploy

One easy way to understand what you need to do to manually deploy COMMAND>_ is to have a look at 2 files:

In a nutshell, after having installed and configured Nginx (or another web-server to run Django applications), PostgreSQL, Redis, RabbitMQ and Celery, you’ll have to run:

pip3 install --upgrade pip
pip3 install Cython==0.28.1
pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Now you should be ready configure Django (check the documentation for details), create the database schema and run the application.

python migrate

python init_admin

python init_options

python init_demo_compendium demo

daphne -b -p 8001 cport.asgi:channel_layer

python3 runworker


COMMAND>_ id a Django application so refer to the Django docs for database configuration