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Bugzilla Demo

This demo creates a Bugzilla application on Stackato.

It is based on Bugzilla-4.0.2 and includes additional patches as well as experimental changes to make it PSGI compatible.

Only the required modules are included in this demo; optional functionality is not installed. The scheduled tasks are not configured in the default sample, but you can add them to a cron section in the stackato.yml file.

Configuring Bugzilla

If you are pushing this sample from the command line, update the myconfig.pl file with your desired settings (SMTP server, admin credentials, etc.) before pushing the application to Stackato. Once the MySQL database has been created on the Stackato cloud, the myconfig.pl file should no longer be modified. All further customization should happen via the Bugzilla web interface.

If you are deploying from the Stackato App Store, the default Admin account credentials are:

These, along with the email settings, should be changed as soon as possible in the web interface under Administration->Parameters.

Deploying on Stackato

$ git clone git://github.com/Stackato-Apps/bugzilla.git
$ cd bugzilla

Verify the settings in stackato.yml and myconfig.pl then run:

$ stackato push -n
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