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How to install PowerStore 2?

Thread began 5/31/2010 12:50 am by rasputin307444 | Last modified 6/01/2010 3:42 pm by rasputin307444 | 1408 views | 2 replies


follow-up to query about PowerStore2 install on FreeBSD

It appears that the Wizard is worth the cost of upgrading from PowerStore v2 to v3. Creating wizard/installers saves much effort and takes much to create, so thanks for that extra! That will make bug fix updates and future release upgrades all the easier as well. Very cool.

Anyway, being cautious and wanting to avoid install problems or residue from PowerStore2, I will wait until this Friday to get PowerStore3.

As to the SSL Certificate, I will get that set up on Thursday, do what needs setting up for MySQL today.

For security, I plan on installing the store into:
/usr/wwws/users/<account>/<primary_domain>/ (where "wwws" is key)
and to access https URLs once a registered customer logs in.
Does this sound like the correct procedure for securing the stores' HTTP protocol web communications?

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