WordPress is more advanced PHP application than phpMyAdmin.
It is used as example of how to use fully featured SlapOS system – with asynchronous requesting of services.
When you connect to the webrunner for the first time, it will ask you some informations. select "http://git.erp5.org/repos/slapos.git" as git repository. Put dummy name and email if necessary.
Then, go back to webrunner home page, click on "open existing project".
Select software/lamp-template and click on the "Open software" button. It will redirect you to the software profile edition page.
Click on the top left button "Go to Current Software". It will allow you to edit files
in your Software Release directory.
Select the "template/wp-config.php.in" file and prepare to edit it.
This template shall be edited as shown in the screenshot to add the SlapOS parameters.
When it is finished, do not forget to click on "update"
Here is an example of filled Wordpress configuration file.
It is important to fill required fields. When it is finished, do not forget to click on "update".
This is correctly configured software profile
As soon as software and instance profiles are provided it is time to build the software.
Students are responsible to debug the software build process and fix issues until no error will be found in software build log.
You need to run instance many times
This simulates computer partition requesting instantiation of another partition
It takes few times (about 3)
Now it is time to instantiate.
As asynchronous request method is used, it is required to run instantiation more the n once.
First one will send request to simulated SlapOS master.
Second one will instantiate requested partition.
Third one will finalise instantiation of requester partition
Now it is time to inspect the instance, in order to know how to connect.
As one can see there are two installed partitions.
There are two partitions
One is only with MySQL, other one with PHP application
But...just try and login to WordPress, works the same
There are two partitions – one with Apache + PHP + WordPress and another one with MySQL.
WordPress is automatically configured to connect to MySQL.
After successful instantiation it is possible to access WordPress.
As one can see, it is possible to login.
In order to finish the work and free the resources it is good to stop the instance.