Manqod-Server-Console Screenshot tutorial

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Start up manqod-server

It's best to run manqod-server as root for the first time, or take a look at it's parameters. Anyways get it to be able to create and write it's connections.conf file.

manqod-server -l -dINFO

Start up manqod-server-console


If you have not created the etc/server.conf than you'll get a warning and use the defaults to conenct to localhost only.

Then you'll start setting up the connections for manqod-server


You need to set up three connections, in chain, each has to be able to connect to another: manqod,manqod_yourproject, yourproject.

Press the 'create new connection' button, to add the first one for manqod


Fill in the settings


Press the 'check' button at 'SQL database functions', you might get the following error, that's normal, close it.


manqod-server-console will ask you your mysql super user and password to be able to create the user, permissions and database you wish to use for manqod with


Presented is the success confirmation, close it and check the mysql connection again


If the the check is successful, you can populate the database with the 'populate manqod' button. On success close the following confirmation window


Now create a new connection for your project's administration database


This one will have to be populated with the manqod database structure, press the 'populate structure' button for it after you checked it's connectivity to the mysql server, and close the confirmation window


Now you need to create the third connection as shown in the following image, take attention on the URIs, this one has no 'Client URI', and as the 'Admin URI' it has the URI of the manqod-yourproject connection


This one has not to be populated, your data will be stored here, handled from manqod desktop client using the 'Project Admin'(manqod-yourproject) connection but check the connectivity


If everything went as expected you can stop manqod-server


You may want to check if memcached daemon is started.

You may check for manqod-server parameters to set the log file, or take a look at the init script in it's doc folder.

Start up manqod-server, this time it'll load the connections you've checked to autoload on startup, in the order specified.

That should log some info, and end with 'serving'.

Start up manqod


You can start up manqod client with the following parameters, select 'Project admin' from the Connection combo, type in the default 'admin' as username and 'admin' as password

manqod -sdruby:// -a

To enter you project's admin interface press OK


You'll probably want to start manqod as client after you added the main menu and a client user, by selecting the 'Project' connection

manqod -sdruby:// -a

Where do we go from here?

Take a look at the other tutorials.

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