setup.sh is not required. We encourage you to use
docker exec -ti <CONTAINER NAME> setup instead.
This script assumes Docker or Podman is used. You will not be able to use
setup.sh with other container orchestration tools.
setup.sh is a script that is complimentary to the internal
setup command in DMS.
It mostly provides the convenience of aliasing
docker exec -ti <CONTAINER NAME> setup, inferring the container name of a running DMS instance or running a new instance and bind mounting necessary volumes implicitly.
It is intended to be run from the host machine, not from inside your running container. The latest version of the script is included in the DMS repository. You may retrieve it at any time by running this command in your console:
chmod a+x ./setup.sh
For more information on using the script run: