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Verifying Your Installation

After the FileCloud installation is completed, the next step is to verify whether the system is installed properly.

FileCloud is bundled with a verification tool to help you test your installation. You can run this tool from the server where FileCloud is installed or remotely from a different system. This tool will perform various configuration checks related to your FileCloud environment.

Verification checks are grouped into two categories: basic and extended. It is recommended that you run basic checks at a minimum. For more thorough testing you can run extended tests.

Basic Checks verify:

Apache Web ServerPHP ionCube extension 4.4.1 or higher
Apache Mod RewritePHP bcmath extension
.htaccess PresentPHP SimpleXML extension
PHP 5.6 or higherPHP mbstring extension
PHP MongoDB (mongodb ext) driver 1.2.3 or higherPHP LDAP library (optional)
PHP GD LibraryPHP Memcache Extension (optional)
PHP Zip libraryInstall in Server WWW root folder
PHP Curl LibraryCloudConfig.php Readable
PHP OpenSSL library


Extended Tests include:

CloudConfig.php readable
Localstorageconfig.php readable
Scratch Directory Writable
Config Directory Readable
Mod Rewrite Apache Configuration Setup Check
PHP Memcache Server (Optional)
Verification of Mongo DB connection



This tool will also report problems so you can correct them before using FileCloud. 

All failures reported by the verification tool must be fixed before attempting to use FileCloud.

 

Running the Verification Tool

To verify your FileCloud installation:

  1. From the FileCloud server, or the VM instance, open a web browser and enter the following address: 
http://127.0.0.1/install

To run verification tests from a system that does not have the FileCloud installation, replace 127.0.0.1 with the IP of the system where FileCloud is installed.

    2. To run basic tests, select Basic Checks.

    3. To run more thorough tests, select Extended Checks.


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