probe.php script to check if your system can run ActiveCollab or not.
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probe.phpusing your favorite text editor and set database connection parameters.
DB_HOSTis your MySQL hostname,
DB_USERis MySQL account that you will be useding to connect to the server,
DB_PASSis account password, and
DB_NAMEis the name of database that you plan to use,
- Upload it to the server where you plan to host ActiveCollab,
probe.phpusing your browser. Script will run the test and show you the results.
Each test can have one of the three outputs:
- OK ( green) - requirement is met.
- Warning ( orange) - test did not pass, but ActiveCollab does not require that environment option to run. Warnings are usually throw in case of missing extensions that are optional, but good to have, or in cases in early warning about deprecated functionality.
- Error ( red) - requirement is not met and you will not be able to run ActiveCollab until you reconfigure your environment to support it. Errors are throw in case of missing extensions, or environment settings that will break ActiveCollab (like some unsupported opcode cache extensions).
Remove when Done
When you are done, don't forget to remove the script from your server. This is a debugging type of software, that may show too much info about your platform to someone who should not be able to access that data. Because of that, it's highly recommended that you remove it from production server as soon as you complete a task at hand (installing or troubleshooting ActiveCollab).
If you have any questions or need our assistance, please get in touch: https://activecollab.com/contact.