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ADDED: To avoid having version number and make software updates easier, create a symbolic link (symlink). This will avoid to have in all your scripts a reference to the version number, thus keeping them more or less generic.
ADDED: I do not like to type too much, that why all server where I went are full of aliases. This help also other developers to locate quickly interesting functions on the system.
Open the Bashrc and put at the end
# vi .bashrc
At least these 4 alias, you are free to define more. Think also that they may be seen as documentation.
alias rel='cd /home/confluence/confluence/'
alias logs='tail -F /home/confluence/confluence/logs/*'
To make you life easier, you’ll be able now to start and stop Confluence by issuing a cstart or cstop, watch logs by typing logs
Prepare database configuration
Go to confluence home
If you are using MySQL (most of the time you are), you’ll have to get the driver from internet due to licensing issues
# mysql –u root –p mysql> create database confluence character set utf8; mysql> CREATE USER 'confluence'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'xxxxxxxxxx'; mysql> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON confluence TO 'confluence'@'localhost' WITH GRANT OPTION; mysql> FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
Configure Confluence to connect to this new database
Open /home/confluence/confluence/conf/server.xml and add in yellow the configuration for your database.
ADDED: Are for starting and stopping easily Confluence, in a standard way. This is something missing currently in the manuals. Here I present you maybe the most basic script ever made, but its purpose is just to be called later on by a rc.d as you will see later.
TeamCity is a Continuous integration and build management server from JetBrains. As the first build step, create a custom script that reads %build.number%, and uses service messages to append the short GIT hash programmatically. Here’s an example using a bash script pasted right into the TeamCity GUI (Runner type: Command Line, Run: Custom Script): GIT_HASH=%build.vcs.number% GIT_HASH_SHORT=$ echo "#teamcity[buildNumber '#$']" &160; …
I did refresh the tuxdroid teamcity plugin project a bit on request to Jasper Moltke Nygaard (Danmark ) TeamCity is a Java-based build management and continuous integration server from JetBrains, creators of IntelliJ IDEA and ReSharper With this plugin you can notify your Tux Droid with your TeamCity build results. After login you can find the new notificator Tux Droid in your notification settings. You need your Tux Droid server IP and port to connect your Tux to TeamCity. After …
Selenium has various projects that can be combined with each other to create a robust testing environment. Selenium IDE: a Firefox add-on to record and playback tests in Firefox. Selenium Remote Control: a client/server system to control web browsers locally or on other computers, using almost any programming language and testing framework. Selenium Grid: transparently distribute your tests on multiple machines so that you can run your tests in parallel, cutting down the time required for running in-browser test suites. …
Amazon EC2 and Virtual Agents Take avdantage of cloud computing with TeamCity by putting Build Agents on Amazon EC2. After your Build Agents' AMIs (Amazon Machine Images) are registered, the TeamCity server will account for those virtual machines in its build scheduling and will automatically do a suspend/resume job on them, based on the load and build queue status. Better Support for Maven Version 5.0 has many Maven support improvements under the hood. These include the creation of Maven-based build …
&160; A small script developed to upgrade TeamCity with no or less effort! a very simple script, easily extensible. “TeamCity is a continuous integration and build management system. With TeamCity, you can set up a build server within minutes and enjoy out of the box continuous unit testing, code quality analysis, and early reporting on build problems — even without leaving your favorite IDE. TeamCity offers a gentle learning curve, so you can quickly improve your release management practices by …
As I found no better tutorial on Internet, here is a very very short how to add Google analytics to Atlassian Bamboo, it require a bit of hacking, and these kind of changes will be lost after each upgrade of Bamboo.. Edit the file webapps/ROOT/start.ftl Now put the usual code you get after creating a new analytics profile just before the </body> …
My Bamboo continuous integration server is now fully functional and available at&160; http://bamboo.waltercedric.com/ &160; &160; &160; Remember Atlassian is providing free license for Open Source Projects: Atlassian supports and believes in the Open Source movement - Bamboo utilizes a number of good Open Source components, and Atlassian developers are committers on a large number of Open Source projects. To give back to the open source community (and hopefully improve the quality of those projects!), Bamboo is free for any Open …
Today JetBrains announces the public availability of TeamCity 4.5, it's award-winning distributed build management and continuous integration tool. With TeamCity, you can set up a build server for your projects within minutes and enjoy out of the box continuous unit testing, code quality analysis, and early reporting on build problems - even without leaving your favorite IDE. TeamCity offers a gentle learning curve, so you can quickly improve your release management practices by gradually adopting its advanced features and capabilities. …
JIRA is a proprietary enterprise software product, developed by Atlassian, commonly used for bug tracking, issue tracking, and project management. JIRA is widely deployed within public open source projects and has over 12,000 customers in over 100 countries. Visit my JIRA instance at http://bugs.waltercedric.com or http://jira.waltercedric.com&160; This is now officially my new Tracker. (Thanks to Atlassian for giving me an open source license) …
After fighting many days.. with their container versions (many webapps in the same tomcat with mod_proxy, mod_proxy_ajp), I did install JetBrains TeamCity, Atlassian Jira and Bamboo as standalone on my server. TeamCity is a Java-based build management and continuous integration server from JetBrains, creators of IntelliJ IDEA and ReSharper. &160; What will happen next? TuxDroid for Teamcity plugin will be build there (MAVEN2) the first component for Joomla! will be build there as well (using Maven 4 PHP) …