Search · Index

Next Steps After Installation, Debian Specific

Next-Steps

After following:

Debian Installation Instructions

A. Installing Daemontools

Documentation
nano /usr/share/doc/openacs|dotlrn/README.daemontools on openacs package.

apt-get install daemontools daemontools-run


B. Configuring Daemontools and Using SVC

1) Change the "StartDaemon" value to "no" in /etc/default/:
# OpenACS
nano /etc/default/openacs
... or ...

# .LRN
nano /etc/default/dotlrn

2) Stop the daemon:

 

 

# OpenACS
/etc/init.d/openacs stop
   ... or ...

 



# .LRN
/etc/init.d/dotlrn stop





3) Link daemontools dotlrn|openacs script:

 

# OpenACS
ln -s /usr/share/openacs/etc/daemontools /etc/service/openacs
... or ...

# .LRN

ln -s /usr/share/dotlrn/etc/daemontools /etc/service/dotlrn

Now you can control the dotlrn service using the svc command:
* To start the service: svc -u /etc/service/
/openacs or dotlrn
* To stop the service: svc -d /etc/service/
/openacs or dotlrn
* To restart the service: svc -t /etc/service/openacs or dotlrn


C. If There's Problems Purge and Reinstall

apt-get remove --purge openacs or dotlrn

 

apt-get install openacs or dotlrn

D. To configure the instance to listen on a different IP than 127.0.0.1

Edit the config.tcl file:
nano /etc/openacs|dotlrn/config.tcl

Change the following parameters to fit your needs:
set hostname Your hostname
set address to Your public IP


E. Backup and Restore (to be filled in)

I first went to: backup and restore docs

 

and found that I had to figure out how to:

 

su - $OPENACS_SERVICE_NAME
pg_dump -f /var/lib/aolserver/$OPENACS_SERVICE_NAME/database-backup/before_upgrade_to_4.6.dmp openacs-dev
ls -al /var/lib/aolserver/$OPENACS_SERVICE_NAME/database-backup/before_upgrade_to_4.6.dmp
exit

The $OPENACS_SERVICE_NAME
which I thought would be "dotlrn"
turned out to be "www-data"

Next I found there was no /var/lib/aolserver but there are /var/lib/dotlrn and /var/lib/postgresql

The default paths show the locations that were decided upon (in early 2004) so below we will try to document were things are in a standard dotlrn installation, now.

a work in progress



OpenACS service dotlrn
OpenACS service account www-data
OpenACS database name dotlrn
SERVERROOT /usr/share/dotlrn/www
Database backup directory /var/backups/
Service config files /usr/share/dotlrn/etc/config.tcl
Service log files /usr/share/dotlrn/log/
PostgreSQL directory /usr/lib/postgresql/8.3/main
AOLserver directory /usr/lib/aolserver4
Backup Script
/usr/share/dotlrn/etc/backup.sh


F. Installing Packages (to be filled in)

 

1. From .LRN CVS

a) Create a local repository

b) Download to your local repository

G. View the Log File

 

nano /var/log/aolserver4/dotlrn/error.log


H. Mail Server (to be filled in)

 

  1. Installation
  2. configuration

 

Previous Month May 2017
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
30 (3) 1 2 3 (1) 4 5 6
7 (1) 8 9 10 11 (1) 12 13
14 15 16 (1) 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 (1) 29 30 31 1 2 3

Popular tags

17 , 5.9.0 , 5.9.1 , ad_form , ADP , ajax , aolserver , asynchronous , bgdelivery , bootstrap , bugtracker , CentOS , COMET , CSP , CSRF , cvs , debian , emacs , fedora , FreeBSD , hstore , includelets , install , installation , installers , install-ns , javascript , libthread , linux , monitoring
No registered users in community xowiki
in last 30 minutes
Contributors

OpenACS.org