Running RT on one system with the backend on another

Is there explicit documentation somewhere about how to run RT from one
system and have the database on another system? That is the setup I have
inherited, so I have the basic idea, but I’d really like to see it
documented before something happens and I have to fix it.

Vicki

I am running this in production mode, with a front end on one server and the
backend on two clustered sql servers. All I really did was point rt to the
db on the remote server.On 3/7/05 3:12 PM, “Vicki Stanfield” vicki@progeny.com wrote:

Is there explicit documentation somewhere about how to run RT from one
system and have the database on another system? That is the setup I have
inherited, so I have the basic idea, but I’d really like to see it
documented before something happens and I have to fix it.

Vicki


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This is pretty much all you have to do, just change the $DatabaseHost
from “localhost” to the name of your database machine.

The front end machine obviously needs all the RT libraries, but the
database host needs none of these, just needs to accept connections from
your frontend.

Regards
Matt.

I am running this in production mode, with a front end on one server
and
the
backend on two clustered sql servers. All I really did was point rt to
the
db on the remote server.

Is there explicit documentation somewhere about how to run RT from
one

system and have the database on another system? That is the setup I
have

inherited, so I have the basic idea, but I’d really like to see it
documented before something happens and I have to fix it.

Vicki


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