You can add extra features to Siren Investigate by installing plugin modules.
You use the
bin/investigate-plugin command to manage these modules.
To install a plugin, run the following command:
bin/investigate-plugin install <path to the plugin zip file>
If the plugins were installed by a different user and the server is not
starting, then you must change the owner of the
optimize folder to the
user running Siren Investigate, for example:
$ chown -R investigate /path/to/siren-investigate/optimize
For information about installing the Siren Entity Resolution plugin, see the Siren ER User Guide.
For information about installing the Siren NLP plugin, see the Siren NLP documentation.
For information about enabling the Jira integration feature, see the Jira plugin documentation.
For information about enabling the IBM i2 export feature, see Exporting a graph to IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook.
To update a plugin, remove the current version and reinstall the plugin.
To remove a plugin, run the following command:
$ bin/investigate-plugin remove <plugin ID>
You can also remove a plugin manually by deleting the plugin’s subfolder inside the
Removing a plugin causes an 'optimize' run of the system, which can delay the startup of Siren Investigate.
Before you begin, find the plugin ID by looking at the value of the
name property in the plugin’s
To switch off a plugin, run the following command:
./bin/investigate --<plugin ID>.enabled=false
Switching a plugin on or off causes an 'optimize' run of the system, which can delay the startup of Siren Investigate.
To specify the path to the configuration file that is used to start Siren Investigate, use the
By default, Siren Investigate uses the
When you are using a customized configuration file, you must specify the path to that configuration file every time you use the
bin/investigate plugin command.