User Manual

Rudder’s User Manual introduces core concepts, explains how to install and upgrade and then moves on to more advanced administration topics.

It is available in two formats: online HTML and PDF. As of Rudder 2.7.0, it is also available from the web interface itself, on your own Rudder server at http://rudder.example.com/rudder-doc/.

Current versions

The following versions of Rudder are the latest (and greatest!).

These versions are recommended for new installations. Check out our FAQ to learn about the difference between our “latest” and “stable” releases.

Rudder versionRelease notesUser manual
Rudder 3.2 (latest)Release notes & change logsHTML | PDF
Rudder 3.1 (ESR)Release notes & change logsHTML | 1HTML | PDF

Older versions

The following versions of Rudder are still actively maintained.

Check out our FAQ to see what this means, and get planned end-of-life dates for these releases.

Rudder versionRelease notesUser manual
Rudder 3.0Release notes & change logsHTML | 1HTML | PDF
Rudder 2.11Release notes & change logsHTML | 1HTML | PDF

Deprecated versions

The following versions of Rudder are no longer actively maintained.

Check out our FAQ to see what this means, and see announced end-of-life dates for these releases.

Rudder versionRelease notesUser manual
Rudder 2.10Release notes & change logsHTML | 1HTML | PDF
Rudder 2.9Release notes & change logs1HTML | PDF
Rudder 2.8Release notes & change logs1HTML | PDF
Rudder 2.7Release notes & change logs1HTML | PDF
Rudder 2.6Release notes & change logs1HTML | PDF
Rudder 2.5Release notes & change logs1HTML | PDF
Rudder 2.4Release notes & change logs1HTML | PDF
Rudder 2.3Release notes & change logs1HTML | PDF

Sources

The user manual sources are also available on GitHub, feel free to tweak it if you feel it’s incomplete or you have an interesting tip to share! We prefer GitHub Pull Requests but any patches are welcome!