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Installation - Git route doesn't work, Archive route has no docs :(

Installation - Git route doesn't work, Archive route has no docs :(

Friday 02 November 2012 11:18:01 am - 6 replies

Hi all,

I'm new to ezPublish but have worked with Symfony a fair bit before.

I have tried following https://github.com/ezsystems/ezpublish5/blob/master/INSTALL.md quite a few times, but am not getting very far.

Using Git:

I get the project installed and setup, but then the ezsetup simply won't work. It will run out of memory (set to 2000mb, so looks like an endless loop) or throw some other error however I run it.

Using archive:

The archive is out of sync with the install.md, but I can get it running and Symfony working, but the database is obviously empty. How do I generate my schema. Doctrine doesn't seem installed and I cant find any fixtures or schema files in the code, or docs...

I feel like I'm missing something obvious, but not getting anywhere! sad.gif Emoticon

Thanks for your help!

Saturday 03 November 2012 1:43:09 am

Have just tried again on a machine with xdebug installed. I got this error:

Fatal error: Maximum function nesting level of '200' reached,

And a stacktrace that suggested it was a permission issue (the +a and setfac code on the install.md doesn't seem to work on OS X).

For testings sake I've 777'd the whole project (!) and can now get to ezsetup. 

ezsetup now won't do anything on any button press. But that's another issue for now!

Wednesday 07 November 2012 3:15:43 pm

Hi Andy,
 > Doctrine doesn't seem installed and I cant find any fixtures or schema files in the code, or docs.
We don't use Doctrine, eZ Publish is effectivly the model instead of what you are used to, other differences from pure Symfony are features added to the view layer and integrations with "eZ Publish Legacy" which will run any existing eZ Publish 4.x site + admin interface for you.

 

> ezsetup now won't do anything on any button press. But that's another issue for now!
This will generally happen if for some reason url is not correctly matched, do you have latest code from git? Including re executed composer install after pull in changes to ezpublish5 repo?

Modified on Wednesday 07 November 2012 3:16:16 pm by André R

Wednesday 07 November 2012 3:35:15 pm

Andy, do you remember where it was looping ?

The setup wizard will check for most required permissions, but I think that some permissions, like ezpublish/cache, are required at a higher level.

Thursday 15 November 2012 11:17:45 am

Hi Bertrand,

Sorry I don't remember where the loop was, but I've just tried a fresh install from git and no longer have that issue.

However I still can't get the install wizard to work, it loads up fine but won't progress if I press the submit button, just reloads the page.

Also the command line configure tool throws an ' Argument 'siteList' is invalid: can not be empty' error.

Alternatively, I could configure the ezpublish_prod.yml file myself, but I'm still redirected to /ezsetup afterwards...

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

Thursday 15 November 2012 11:28:07 am

Duplicating ezpublish_prod to ezpublish_dev, accessing index_dev.php and clearing prod cache and retrying has fixed this...

Now I'm back to my original question: How do I populate the database? Where does the schema come from?

All I have now is "Table 'ezdemo.ezurlalias_ml' doesn't exist", and an empty database...

Thursday 15 November 2012 11:53:50 am

5.0 doc is not fully online yet, but the approach is the same when it comes to legacy kernel, so 4.7 doc is just as relevant for this.
Using Setup wizard to create the database is the normal approach, but if you want to install a minimal install of eZ Publish (warning: will be almost completely without content and with almost no features since it will not install the ezdemo/ezflow/ezwebin packages) have a look at the manual approach.

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