Installing Maestro

This article applies to the new Crawling Module, which works without Docker. If you still use the Crawling Module with Docker, see Installing Maestro (Docker Version) instead. You might also want to read about the advantages of the new Crawling Module.

To identify the Crawling Module you’re currently using, on the Crawling Modules page of the Coveo Administration Console, look at the Maestro reported version:

  • Versions > 1: new Crawling Module

  • Versions < 1: Crawling Module with Docker

Maestro is the Coveo software that manages and monitors your local workers and the State Store.

  1. Ensure that your environment meets the requirements.

  2. Download the Maestro installer on the server on which you want to deploy the Crawling Module.

  3. Follow the installation wizard. If prompted to restart your machine in the process, run the installer again once the restart is completed.

  4. Once you have completed the installation wizard, you’re prompted to connect to the Coveo Platform and select a Coveo organization to link to the Crawling Module. The indexed content will be pushed to this organization.

We recommend opting for process described above whenever you can. When you’re faced with scenarios where interactive installs are not an option, perform a silent install of Maestro.

Once Maestro is installed on your machine, you can manage it with the REST API through the Maestro Swagger.

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