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Install All Services on a Single RHEL/CentOS Server The easiest way to install TeamForge is to install it on a single server, dedicated to TeamForge taking the default configuration settings.
Install TeamForge with an External PostgreSQL Server You can install TeamForge with its database installed separately on an external PostgreSQL server such as AWS RDS/Aurora.
Install TeamForge in a Distributed Setup Distributed setup with TeamForge, Database (including Datamart), EventQ, Review Board, SCM (Subversion, CVS and Git), Code Search and Baseline installed on s...
domain_change_webr.py The domain_change_webr.py script is used to change the domain name or host name of the subscriber in the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker database.
Generate and Download Baseline Packages You can generate a downloadable package of physical project artifacts such as Tracker Artifacts, Documents, Source Code Repositories (only Git and Subversion...
Install TeamForge with Oracle Database Distributed setup with TeamForge, Oracle Database (including Datamart) and EventQ installed on separate servers.
Mass Configuration of Repository Policies Within a Project You may often want to apply a specific set of policies to more than one repository. You can just select multiple repositories within a project and apply your...
Upgrade TeamForge on New Hardware with All Services on a Single Server You can upgrade TeamForge on new hardware with all services on a single server.
Installation Requirements Here's what it takes to install and run TeamForge, EventQ and other integrations supported by TeamForge.