Live documentation for the development version.
The FROST-Server needs a database to store its data. Currently only PostgreSQL with the PostGIS extensions is supported.
CREATE EXTENSION postgis;)
CREATE EXTENSION "uuid-ossp";)
The HTTP and all-in-one MQTTP packages use JNDI to get a database resource from Tomcat or Wildfly. You have to configure
a resource in Tomcat/Wildfly, and then tell the FROST-Server what name you gave this resource.
The default name is
After setting up FROST-Server in Docker, Tomcat or Wildfly:
This should initialise/update the database to the latest version and the service is ready for use.
Now you may want to have a look at Performance tips for PostgreSQL and PostGIS.