Packages to Install - ABO

Install the Back Office and the Update Manager

Product
ABO
AFS_Version
7.7
Category
Technical Notes
language
English
audience
public

The user used for AFS execution will be asked during installation process. If it des not exist, it will be automatically created.

The following steps require super-user privileges.

Debian Back Office installation

Run the following command:

apt-get install antidot-bo

RHEL Back Office installation

Run the following commands:

yum install antidot-bo
yum install antidot-afs-httpd

antidot-bo is a meta-package containing all necessary dependencies for Back Office execution (Portal, Web Services, Administration Center, Analytics). It installs the following packages:

  • antidot-bo-server
  • antidot-bo-portal
  • antidot-bo-portal-lighttpd (Debian only)
  • antidot-bo-ac
  • antidot-bo-analytics

Debian installation check:

dpkg -l | grep antidot

RHEL installation check:

yum list installed | grep antidot

The Back Office components share the same root directory: /usr/local/afs7

The following example shows a typical directory structure for a Back Office installation:

/usr/local/afs7
.
├── bin
├── bo-ac
├── bo-server
├── java
├── lib
├── scripts
├── setup
└── share

The Back Office file structure includes the following directories:

  • bin is the directory for binaries.
  • bo-ac is the directory for the Administration Center specific files.
  • bo-server is the directory for Back Office server specific files.
  • java is the directory for Java files.
  • lib is the directory for Back Office libraries.
  • scripts is the directory for the scripts used to drive the daemon, to manage user rights, and so on.
  • setup is the internal repository for installation-related data (user, group, directory, and so on).
  • share is the directory for the different templates for lighttpd configuration and models for scripts.

Debian Update Manager installation

Run the following command:

apt-get install antidot-afs-updatemanager

RHEL Update Manager installation

Run the following command:

yum install antidot-afs-updatemanager

The Update Manager, Back Office, and Query Maanger have to be installed either on a dedicated server each, or all three of them on a sole server.