Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of QuickStartServer


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Mar 16, 2011, 1:17:58 PM (7 years ago)
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    44== Assumptions ==
    55The tutorial is based on a number of assumptions:
    6 * you have root access to the server
    7 * we will set up a gscf test instance on test.mysite.com on IP (1.2.3.4)
    8 * a DNS records is available for test.mysite.com
    9 * our database will be named 'mytestdb' with username 'mydbuser' and password 'mydbpassword'
    10 * we will have one administrator user (user 'admin', password 'adminpw')
    11 * we will have one default user (user 'user', password 'userpw')
     6 * you have root access to the server
     7 * we will set up a gscf test instance on test.mysite.com on IP (1.2.3.4)
     8 * a DNS records is available for test.mysite.com
     9 * our database will be named 'mytestdb' with username 'mydbuser' and password 'mydbpassword'
     10 * we will have one administrator user (user 'admin', password 'adminpw')
     11 * we will have one default user (user 'user', password 'userpw')
    1212
    1313== Requirements ==
    1414Before we can set up the server, the following requirements should be met:
    15 * Apache Tomcat ≥ 6.x.x
    16 * Apache Webserver ≥ 2.x (+mod_proxy, +mod_rewrite)
    17 * PostgreSQL database server ≥ 8.4
     15 * Apache Tomcat ≥ 6.x.x
     16 * Apache Webserver ≥ 2.x (+mod_proxy, +mod_rewrite)
     17 * PostgreSQL database server ≥ 8.4
    1818
    1919Installation is quick and easy:
    20 
    2120{{{
    2221apt-get install tomcat6 postgresql-8.4 apache2 libapache2-mod-proxy-html libapache2-mod-jk