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From tob...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r416465 - /incubator/lokahi/lokahi/trunk/docs/RUNNING.TXT
Date Thu, 22 Jun 2006 20:47:22 GMT
Author: toback
Date: Thu Jun 22 13:47:22 2006
New Revision: 416465

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=416465&view=rev
Log:
Added quick start guide.

Added:
    incubator/lokahi/lokahi/trunk/docs/RUNNING.TXT

Added: incubator/lokahi/lokahi/trunk/docs/RUNNING.TXT
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/lokahi/lokahi/trunk/docs/RUNNING.TXT?rev=416465&view=auto
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+                 ===========================
+                 Getting Started with Lokahi
+                 ===========================
+
+After building and installing the software, Lokahi requires some initial objects to be added
to the database before you can use Lokahi to manage web applications.
+
+The following items must be performed through the GUI.
+
+
+
+============================
+Add Infrastructure to Lokahi
+============================
+
+
+(1) Add your environments (development, test, production, etc.)
+
+    Click: Administration >> Manage Lokahi >> Manage Environments >> Select
Action >> Add Environment
+
+
+
+(2) Add Servers
+
+(2.1) Add Apache head-matter file
+
+      Click: Administration >> Manage Lokahi >> Manage Files >> Add
+
+      Paste in the head matter of your httpsd.conf file, excluding VirtualHosts and catchalls.
 The ApachePools you'll create later will be based on one of the head matter files you're
creating here. Give the file a name that denotes its use in your environment, perhaps specifying
whether it is your standard, or how its module list deviates from your usual standard.  For
example, if you have an instance of Apache in your environment that does not include mod_<some_module>,
add that head-matter as a separate file.
+
+(2.2) Create Apache server template
+
+      Click: Infrastructure >> Servers >> View Apaches >> Select Action
>> Add
+
+(2.3) Add Tomcat JVM template
+
+      Infrastructure >> Servers >> View Tomcat >> Select Action >>
Add
+
+(2.4) Add Hardwares
+
+      Click: Infrastructure >> Servers >> View Hardwares >> Select Action
>> Add
+
+
+
+(3) Add Pools
+
+(3.1) Create Apache pool
+
+      Click: Infrastructure >> Pools >> Select One >> Add Apache Pool
+
+(3.2) Create Tomcat pool
+
+      Click: Infrastructure >> Pools >> Select One >> Add Tomcat Pool
+
+(3.3) Create hosting pool
+
+      Infrastructure >> Pools >> Select One >> Add Hosting Pool
+
+
+
+===============================
+Add a Web Application to Lokahi
+===============================
+
+
+
+(1) Add a Project
+
+    Click: Projects >> Add   and enter the name of your project.
+
+
+
+(2) Add a VirtualHost to the project you created.
+
+    Click: <project_name> >> Select Action >> Add a VirtualHost
+
+(2.1) Select a HostingPool from the menu.
+
+(2.2)	If you want to set up a Tomcat context, click "Add Another."  Otherwise, continue.
 (Another method of adding a Tomcat context is detailed in Step 3.)
+
+(2.3) In the ServerName field, enter a domain name.
+
+(2.4) In the Entry field, add Apache directives for the web application, one per line.
+
+(2.5) If you are also setting up a Tomcat context, enter the context name and DocBase path
in the appropriate fields.
+
+(2.6) Click submit.  Lokahi will generate the VirtualHost entry, insert it into the database,
build the apache httpsd.conf file (and the jvm.conf and server.xml files if you added a context),
and deploy it to the hardware you added.
+
+
+
+(3) Add a Context
+
+    Click: Projects >> Search   to locate the project to which you want to add a context.
+    or
+    Click: Projects >> Add   to create a new project to which you will add a context.
+
+(3.1) Click <project_name> >> Select Action >> Add a Context  and enter
the context name and the DocBase path.  You can add a context to a VirtualHost by choosing
"Add a Context" from the VirtualHosts's own menu, or you can just add the context to a project
without connecting it to a VirtualHost.
+
+
+
+(4) Add a user
+
+    Click: <project_name> >> Select Action (from the project menu) >> Add
a User.
+
+(4.1) Enter the user ID, and choose the environment(s) in which to grant the user permissions.
+
+(4.2) Check off the options you want to grant to the user.
+
+
+
+That's it for the basics.
+
+
+
+
+
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