Install on CentOS via RPM¶
Currently we support RHEL7 & CentOS7.
Add Zammad & epel-release RPM repos and install RPM¶
sudo yum -y install epel-release sudo rpm --import https://rpm.packager.io/key echo "[zammad] name=Repository for zammad/zammad application. baseurl=https://rpm.packager.io/gh/zammad/zammad/centos7/stable enabled=1" | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/zammad.repo sudo yum -y install zammad
Go to http://localhost and you’ll see:¶
- “Welcome to Zammad!”, there you need to create your admin user and invite other agents.
On remote server:¶
Add your fully qualified domain name or public IP to server name directive in your web server configuration and restart your web server. The installer will give you a hint where Zammad’s web server config file is located.
You can manage the Zammad services manually:¶
sudo systemctl status zammad sudo systemctl stop zammad sudo systemctl start zammad sudo systemctl restart zammad
Only web application server¶
sudo systemctl status zammad-web sudo systemctl stop zammad-web sudo systemctl start zammad-web sudo systemctl restart zammad-web
Only worker process¶
sudo systemctl status zammad-worker sudo systemctl stop zammad-worker sudo systemctl zammad-worker sudo systemctl restart zammad-worker
Only websocket server¶
sudo systemctl status zammad-websocket sudo systemctl stop zammad-websocket sudo systemctl start zammad-websocket sudo systemctl restart zammad-websocket