An Open Source Software package for managing the infrastructure of a data center, no matter how small or large. Initially developed in-house at Vanderbilt University Information Technology Services by Scott Milliken. After leaving Vanderbilt for Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Vanderbilt granted permission for the package to be open sourced under GPLv3. Scott continues as the primary contributor to the package and is actively recruiting assistance from others. This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, version 3. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. For further details on the license, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses
THE CURRENT RELEASE IN GITHUB IS FOR DEVELOPMENT ONLY
Github issues are not for asking questions - use the mailing list for that.
Supposing you are using apache, php and apache-php-module firstly clone openDCIM in a directory which is accessible by apache user (e.g. /srv/http/) and then configure apache to load required modules and have access to project directory (you can define virtual host too).
If you're gonna create Dockerized development environment, you should enable apache's fast-cgi to connect to php-fpm's container
Database (PDO, PDODRIVERS, DB.INC)
Install and Configure Mysql and PHP-Mysql
Follow the guide
Create Database and Configuration File
Create the database and user
mysql -uroot -p -e "CREATE DATABASE dcim;CREATE USER 'dcim'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'dcim';GRANT ALL ON dcim.* TO 'dcim'@'localhost';" mysql -udcim -pdcim < create.sql
Make db.inc.php from db.inc.php-dist
cp db.inc.php-dist db.inc.php
PHP SNMP Module
Install php-snmp and enable it in
/etc/php/php.ini by uncomment or adding the line containing:
Apache User Authentication (AUTHENTICATION, REMOTE USER)
Enbale below apache modules:
Then follow this link To create apache authentication database (such as htpasswd) and enable apache auth in openDCIM directory (e.g. using .htaccess in root). As an example you can follow this instruction (Don't forget to change paths and names to correct onse):
sudo htpasswd -c /etc/httpd/users pouyan echo 'AuthName "restricted stuff"\nAuthType Basic\nAuthUserFile /etc/httpd/users\nrequire valid-user' > /srv/http/openDCIM
Apache Rewrite (MOD_REWRITE)
Install Apache Rewrite Module and enable it
Run the application
Execute application by openning it in browser and do the installation
Contributions are always welcome, please follow these steps to submit your changes:
- Install git from http://git-scm.com/
- Create a github account on https://github.com
- Set up your git ssh key using these instructions http://help.github.com/set-up-git-redirect
- Open the openDCIM project home page on github on https://github.com/samilliken/openDCIM/
- Click the "Fork" button, this will get you to a new page: your own copy of the code.
Copy the SSH URL at the top of the page and clone the repository on your local machine
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:your-username/openDCIM.git my-opendcim-repo
Create a branch and switch to it
cd my-opendcim-repo git branch mynewfeature-patch git checkout mynewfeature-patch
Apply your changes, then commit using a meaningful comment, that's the comment everybody will see!
git add . git commit -m "Fixing issue 157, blablabla"
Push the changes back to github (under a different branch, here myfeature-patch)
git push origin mynewfeature-patch
Open your forked repository on github at https://github.com/your-username/openDCIM
- Click "Switch Branches" and select your branch (mynewfeature-patch)
- Click "Pull Request"
- Submit your pull request to the openDCIM Developers