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Installation screencast: Kuwaiba Open Network Inventory (Version 0.1.1) Part I

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Hello, welcome to the second screencast of project Kuwaiba This time I'll review the server installation process... and setup a local client. First I will install the necessary dependencies according to the docs avaible at the web site I've already downloaded them all Basically, we need three things here: An application server, in this case Glassfish V3, we need the JDK 1.6, and Postgres. I've downloaded the lastest stable version of client and server as well... which at the moment of this recording is 0.1.1 maintenance release. Let's open a terminal... Ok, first I'm going to create a folder to install the programs... so this tutorial can be more independent from the operating system. now, I'm going to install the programs... first, the application server. Once we're done with this, we install Java... we say yes... It will create a directory that we'll move to the "programs" folder OK... Well, let's move it... because by default it's created here. Sorry... And finally we install Postgres... and we'll need root privileges. OK... We put anything here... because anyway, we're gonna use or own configuration Previously I had done some tests... that's why it says it was already installed I'm going to reinstall it in this new directory... which is "programs". This is where I'm installing it. We can ignore it... and now, we're done OK, now we create a directory... to store the cluster... this is, where all the databases related to the Postgres server instance we're running... will be stored. We run now the program "initdb" to initialize the cluster. It's located ... right there Well, but I forgot to... I forgot to set the default user... the default superuser for that cluster We're going to use the one used in the docs, which is "kuwaibadbuser"... and to be prompted for the password. We'll use "kuwaiba" as password. OK, in this new tab we'll run the server instance This is done by using this command... Now the server is up and running... The next thing to do is to log into the Postgres shell... and restore the database as shown here... So far, we're at this point... we're going to create a database and restore the backup included in the install bundle. Now we log in... Sorry... Now that we're in, we create... the database named "kuwaibadb" whose owner will be "kuwaibadbuser" Once we're done with this.... we use... this command... Our host is "localhost" in this case, and the user is... "kuwaibadbuser" The path to the... backup we're going to restore is... Sorry, I forgot to unzip the server bundle... Then we're going to do it... in "installs" we have the tarball And here we're gonna copy the contents of this tar.gz file... As shown in the docs, there are three possible backups to be restored... The empty backup with basic metadata information... this is, backup including the structure of the classes, and the classmetadata table already set up. It's intended to be used for education purposes to advanced users. This one contains the same as the other, but includes a basic containment hierarchy, a little bit more elaborated You will find details on all this at the User Manual document Finally, we're going to restore this one, containing demo data... as well as the information included within the others. Sorry, we have to provide the full path, since we're using a custom Postgres setup. That will restore the tables within the database we just created OK, we can ignore the warning Well... now we're going to work on the application server configuration First, we're going to add to the current path... the location of our java installation And now, we go to the application server installation folder... and we start a dummy domain. [Please go to the Part II to see the next steps] [Por favor pase a la segunda parte para ver el resto de pasos]

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Duration: 14 minutes and 25 seconds
Year: 2010
Country: Colombia
Language: Spanish (Spain)
Producer: Charles Bedon
Director: Charles Bedon
Views: 776
Posted by: kuwaiba on Aug 29, 2010

This is the first part of the installation screencast of project Kuwaiba (Using version 0.1.1 Stable). Please visit http://kuwaiba.sourceforge.net for details about the initiative.

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