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Amazon server configuration tutorial 1:Connect to the server remotely using the tools or the server's official website and switch to root 2:Download the script to unzip and run the following command Get the server Generated. Pem file (AWS->EC2-> key pair -> create key pair to create new key pair The new key pair only needs to enter a name and the server will automatically generate the.pem file ), Then download to the local computer and run the file path of the command ssh-i. pem (for example, my file directory: C:\Users, syc. SSH \ Banks. Pem) server username @server IP directly login sudo su (Get root authority) wget -O /hivebanks.tar http://doc.fnying.com/environment/hivebanks.tar && tar xvf /hivebanks.tar -C /(Download and unzip the script) . /loading_system.sh(Run the script) 3:The configuration script information is as follows #!/bin/bash

apt-get -y update

installation nginx

apt-get -y install nginx

installation php

apt-get -y update apt-get -y install software-properties-common add-apt-repository --yes ppa:ondrej/php apt-get -y update apt-get -y install php5.6 php5.6-mcrypt php5.6-mbstring php5.6-curl php5.6-cli php5.6-mysql php5.6-gd php5.6-xml php5.6-fpm

installation mysql

DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt install -y mysql-server

installation git

apt-get -y install git

installation jq

apt-get -y install jq

#change mysqld.cnf sed -i "s/bind-address/#bind-address/g" /etc/mysql/mysql.conf.d/mysqld.cnf #restart mysql service mysql restart

change on session

sed -i "s/session.auto_start = 0/session.auto_start = 1/g" /etc/php/5.6/fpm/php.ini #restartphp-fpm service php5.6-fpm restart

Create a file

mkdir /alidata mkdir /alidata/www mkdir /alidata/log mkdir /alidata/log/nginx mkdir /alidata/log/hivebanks mkdir /alidata/www/hivebanks mkdir /alidata/www/h5_hivebanks sudo git clone https://github.com/ly-iOSer/hivebanks.git /alidata/www/hivebanks/ sudo git clone https://github.com/ly-iOSer/h5_hivebanks.git /alidata/www/h5_hivebanks/

#phpCreate profile php /create_hivebanks_conf.php php /create_h5_hivebanks_conf.php

The domain name configuration

#api_url=cat config_url.txt | jq -r '.api_url' #sed -i "s/example.com/$api_url/g" /create_hivebanks_conf.php #h5_url=cat config_url.txt | jq -r '.h5_url' #sed -i "s/example.com/$h5_url/g" /create_h5_hivebanks_conf.php

read -t 300 -p " Please enter the interface address (no http://):" api_url sed -i "s/example.com/$api_url/g" /etc/nginx/conf.d/hivebanks.conf

read -t 300 -p " Please enter the front-end address (no http://):" h5_url sed -i "s/example.com/$h5_url/g" /etc/nginx/conf.d/h5_hivebanks.conf

Restart the nginx

service nginx restart

Execute mysql to grant remote connections

read -t 300 -p " Please enter the database password (root):" mysqlpassword sed -i "s/123456/$mysqlpassword/g" /set_mysql.php php /set_mysql.php

Give file permissions

chown -R www-data:www-data /alidata chown -R www-data:www-data /alidata/www/hivebanks chown -R www-data:www-data /alidata/www/h5_hivebanks

Delete the file

rm -rf /t.tar rm -r /loading_system.sh rm -r /create_hivebanks_conf.php rm -r /create_h5_hivebanks_conf.php rm -r /set_mysql.php

echo " Congratulations, installed successfully..."

echo " Address of the interface:"$api_url echo " The front-end address:"$h5_url echo " Database user name:"root echo " Database password:"$mysqlpassword

You can also download the server configuration script The configuration process will show the following fragment, and fill in the interface address and database password according to the prompt. Configuration is done. Note: the database password and interface address must be filled in, otherwise the LA creation may fail. The steps to resolve the domain name to the current server are not covered. The domain name written here is truly accessible. The introduction to AWS server configuration ends here. Thank you for your use!