Arigi is a tool for managing Syncthing instances in bulk. As a layer above the Syncthing API, Arigi provides centralized overview and configuration management of multiple devices. Arigi lets you eliminate repetitive manual work, reduce the time to deployment, and increase consistency and efficiency.

Arigi is available as a cloud hosted service and as a package you can install and run on your own hardware. The self hosted version is free for use with up to five devices; managing larger clusters required a commercial license.

Downloads

Packages

The binary distribution packages include the Arigi command line tool (“arigi”) and the server component (“arigisrv”).

The CLI distribution packages include the Arigi command line tool only.

All packages are for the 64 bit Intel/AMD architecture (“amd64”).

Documentation

  • The Getting Started Guide describes how to install and run Arigi, and how to use Arigi for common tasks.
  • The REST API Guide documents the API that is available for third party integrations.

Cloud Edition Signup

Let us know that you want to partake in the cloud beta and we’ll set you up! There is no charge for the cloud edition during the open beta period.

Getting Started

The quickest possible way is to download and extract the distribution, then run:

$ ./arigi/bin/arigisrv --home ~/arigi-home --listen-insecure --use-ram-db

This gives you a running Arigi that listens on HTTP port 2525, using a built in database engine. Visit http://localhost:2525/ (or your server address instead of localhost) and login as admin (password arigi). For more options, see the full documentation.

On Linux you can also use our Docker image for the same effect without downloading anything beforehand:

# docker run -p 2525:2525 kastelo/arigi

See the Docker documentation for options to run in the background, restart on boot, etc. (we like --name=arigi --restart=always -d).

FAQ

Is it free? How much does it cost?

Arigi is free for use with five Syncthing devices. Using with more than five devices (on a single installation) requires a commercial license. The self hosted edition starts at €750 for a perpetual license for 100 devices; the cloud edition starts at €50 per month for 50 devices.

Does it run on Windows?

The server component currently runs on Unix based operating systems. The user interface is browser based and can be accessed from any operating system with a modern browser.

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