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Installation and Setup ====================== Install ``buildapi`` using easy_install:: easy_install buildapi Then install either redis or memcached: easy_install redis easy_install python-memcached Make a config file as follows:: paster make-config buildapi config.ini Tweak the config file as appropriate:: email_to = your email port = something available, eg. 6005 update the sqlalchemy db urls and the carrot info as needed for staging/dev # add the following lines to have your url be http://cruncher.build.mozilla.org/~(username)/wsgi [filter:proxy-prefix] use = egg:PasteDeploy#prefix prefix = /~(username)/wsgi Also set up your cache configuration: buildapi.cache = redis:HOSTNAME:PORT or buildapi.cache = memcached:HOSTNAME:PORT,HOSTNAME:PORT,.. You'll need to set up some scheduler and status DB's. The schema for these DBs are in the root directory, although you may want to fill them with test data which is not included. sqlite3 statusdb.sqlite3 < statusdb_schema.sql sqlite3 schedulerdb.sqlite3 < schedulerdb_schema.sql sqlite3 buildapi.sqlite3 < buildapi_schema.sql To use mysql, make sure that mysql is first installed and then load the schemas. mysql < statusdb_schema.mysql mysql < scheduler_schema.mysql And point the proper DB strings Note: These mysql schemas were obtained from existing local copies of statusdb and schedulerdb, and were obtained with the commands: mysqldump -d --databases statusdb -uroot -p > statusdb_schema.sql mysqldump -d --databases statusdb -uroot -p > statusdb_schema.sql Now setup the application:: paster setup-app config.ini Edit your config.ini to add to the [app:main] section:: filter-with = proxy-prefix Now you can start/stop your application:: paster serve --daemon config.ini paster serve --stop-daemon You should be able to load pages like http://cruncher.build.mozilla.org/~(username)/wsgi/self-serve Installing google viz:: wget http://google-visualization-python.googlecode.com/files/gviz_api_py-1.7.0.tar.gz tar -xvf gviz_api_py-1.7.0.tar.gz cd gviz_api_py-1.7.0 python setup.py install python setup.py test Now you should be able to see reports like http://cruncher.build.mozilla.org/~(username)/wsgi/reports/pushes which use the google visualization library (make sure you have the statusdb set in your config.ini