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Appshare Node Manager

Appshare node manager helps to manage appshare local nodes.

Setup a local Appshare node


  • Server spec- 1 core, 2 GB RAM, 50 GB Hard Disk
  • Recommended Operating System Linux
  • Docker is installed on the server. (Minimum Version 19.03.0)
  • Internet access on the server. If you have restricted Internet, please make sure your server has access to docker.io (to download docker images) Port 443 and api.appshare.app (to access your Appshare configuration) Port 443.

Deploy Node Manager

Run the following command in your shell program to install the node manager on port 8082. Please change the port to another port when required:

docker run -d -p 8082:8082 -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock --security-opt label:disable --name appshare-node-manager --restart always steltix/appshare-node-manager

In case your internet access is passing through a proxy:

docker run -d -p 8082:8082 -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -e http_proxy=YourProxyUrl -e https_proxy=YourProxyUrl --security-opt label:disable --name appshare-node-manager --restart always steltix/appshare-node-manager


You must log in to Appshare with your Admin Account to use Node Manager and, Add the node manager URL(your server IP and 8082(port)) in the Appshare Account screen. Follow the steps from the below video.

Add Node

Click on the + button to add an Appshare node.

Enter Name, Port, and select a Version. Generally it makes sense to select the latest published version. When internet access is provided through a proxy server, enter the proxy or leave that field empty when no proxy is present.

Update an Appshare node

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