[LON-CAPA-admin] Installing a machine for internal testing [was: Install error]
clucas at purdue.edu
Thu May 8 13:33:57 EDT 2014
Thanks Stefan. Should the machine ID be the same as well then? It sounds like I can just do an rsync over from the production server as long as I set those the same. Very similar to the hardware upgrade instructions from the website.
From: lon-capa-admin-bounces at mail.lon-capa.org [mailto:lon-capa-admin-bounces at mail.lon-capa.org] On Behalf Of Stefan Bisitz
Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2014 11:35 AM
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Subject: [LON-CAPA-admin] Installing a machine for internal testing [was: Install error]
Yes, to be able to clone/mirror your production server, use exactly the same domain name for your testing server. This is due to the internal path structure. Watch out for the same OS and architecture (32/64 bit).
Make sure that nobody else than you can log in, e.g. by adjusting the login module and excluding this module from cloning.
Others might want to add more details about this topic.
On 08.05.2014 17:11, Lucas, Richard wrote:
> I have a couple other questions though. I am just installing a machine
> for internal testing now. I am assuming I should choose stand-alone as
> the cluster option. Once I do that, does the domain name I use matter?
> Should I use the purdue domain that is in use in production or create > a new one? I would like to clone the data from our production machine > to this if possible after the installation.
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