Maintenance

This section describes user management as well as upgrading and uninstalling RiseML.

User Management

RiseML's user management system is built around user names and API keys. Additionally, you can specify an email for each user. Upon installation, an initial user named admin was created for you, with which you can easily create more users:

$ riseml user create --username bob --email bob@example.org

This will output a generated API key for the new user.

To see the user's details again at a later point in time, use the display subcommand:

$ riseml user display Bob

You can also get a list of all users with:

$ riseml user list

Finally, to disable a user:

$ riseml user disable bob

Upgrade

If you want to upgrade your cluster, you can use Helm and a new version of RiseML's Helm chart:

$ helm repo update
$ helm upgrade riseml-charts/riseml -f riseml-config.yml

However, please note that you need to respecify all configuration options from the install step. Before upgrading, please also check the release notes of the current version for upgrade or installation information.

In case your CLI becomes out-of-date, it will give you a warning when you issue a command. If your cluster does not support the CLI's version at all, the CLI will exit with an error message. To upgrade your client to professional, follow the installation steps again. To upgrade to enterprise, please email us at contact@riseml.com.

Uninstall

You can uninstall RiseML using Helm:

$ helm delete --purge riseml

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