Elastix Openvz vps installed with blueonyx

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  1. kingjm

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    I installed Elastix on a vps then used the blueonyx tarball installer now asterisk is still running however:

    1. all mysql databases are gone
    2. a. blueonyx runs under root:root not apache
    b. elastix apache runs under asterisk:astersik

    BlueOnyx seems to be running correctly.

    Could I change all asterisk files to run as root:root
    ie groupmod -n root asterisk
    chown root to all asterisk

    I already added apache to group asterisk and asterisk to group apache it did not make a difference. I am hesitant to add asterisk to group root.

    How do I reload default elastix sql files?
    I tried to run
    Code:
    /etc/rc3.d/S66elastix-firstboot start
    however I get
     
  2. dicko

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    delete

    /etc/elastix.conf


    then do the elastix-firstboot thing, (Just read /etc/init.d/elastix-firstboot for elucidation)

    my guess is that you need a whole bunch more book learning before you get these two philosophically dissimilar distributions to "play nice" with each other,

    My question would be a simple "why would you even contemplate doing that?"

    A VOIP server needs to be minimilist on services or it will soon let you down, you already stretch it to the limit by expecting it to run on it's own on a VPS
     
  3. kingjm

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    Thanks for the quick reply. I am going to be reading for a while. I appreciate the quick reply.
    I have a vps with 10mb/s unlimited bandwidth, 1g ram and 2g burst . I only want to host my own 3 web sites. and have elastix with 10 extensions and 3 trunks for personal use. You think that this is still a bad idea. Could you recommend a better solution to get all of this in one vps?
     
  4. dicko

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    Not really. as I don't recommend using a vps at all.
     

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