«Centos reviewboard install» in pictures.
- ReviewBoard installation Centos 7 RHEL 7 step by step guide
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ReviewBoard installation Centos 7 RHEL 7 step by step guide
Dockerized reviewboard. This container follows Docker's best practices, and DOES NOT include sshd, supervisor, apache7, or any other services except the reviewboard itself which is run with uwsgi.
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Create a file in /home/bitnami/mysql-init with the content shown below (replace NEW_PASSWORD with the password you wish to use):
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Now, before we go any further, lets set up the data volume. You should have already created a new volume and attached it to the ReviewBoard server instance. If this is the first time you’ve used separate data volumes (something you should really get into the habit of using), the thing to remember is that it’s sitting as a raw, unformatted block device initially. In order to use it, it needs to be partitioned, formatted, and then mounted.
Review Board database can be installed on TeamForge PostgreSQL Database Server on sites with database running on a separate server, in which case you must add the reviewboard-database identifier to the SERVICES token of the TeamForge PostgreSQL Database Server's site- file.
The script is fairly informative, but if you need more information, see the ReviewBoard documentation for creating sites:
You can find all about it in the official documentation page on: https:///docs/manual/latest/admin/configuration/repositories/perforce
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After you’ve logged back in, check that the webserver is running to make sure the ntsysv command above worked. The easiest way to do this is by using telnet to request the default page from the local webserver:
# chown -R apache:apache /var/www/reviewboard/
# cp /var/www/reviewboard/conf/apache- /etc/httpd//apache-
Make sure that you use semicolon at the end of each query above. You can replace the database name rb_data and database username rb_user according to your need. Be sure to change StrongPassword with a very strong password.