Install FusionAuth using Homebrew

Homebrew

Homebrew is a macOS package manager, so if you’re running macOS and you’re familiar with Homebrew, we’ve got you covered. Our Homebrew formula is open source and available on GitHub. https://github.com/FusionAuth/homebrew-fusionauth

To install FusionAuth using brew, first install the Tap, you will only need to do this step once.

brew tap fusionauth/homebrew-fusionauth

Next, install the FusionAuth services, you can optionally skip the fusionauth-search service if you already have a compatible Elasticsearch service running. See system requirements.

brew install fusionauth-app fusionauth-search

That’s it! Now fire it up!

brew services start fusionauth-search
brew services start fusionauth-app

Now to get started open your browser to http://localhost:9011, and complete maintenance mode and the setup wizard.

The shared configuration file will be located here: /usr/local/etc/fusionauth/fusionauth.properties and the logs are here : /usr/local/var/log/fusionauth/.