Information, Technology, Security, and other stuff.
I've been looking at replacing my DokuWiki instance with Confluence, as I was pleased with the editor and figure it'll be easier for the non-technical users to create pages. It also doesn't hurt to get familiar with the inner workings of a popular product.
It's thankfully a very easy installation over the CLI:
# Update and Install Postgres yum update -y && yum install postgresql postgresql-server postgresql-jdbc -y # Enable the Service systemctl enable postgresql.service # Create the Initial Cluster postgresql-setup initdb # Start the Service systemctl start postgresql.service # Trust local traffic to the DB cat >/var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf <<-EOF local all all trust host all all 127.0.0.1/32 trust host all all ::1/128 trust EOF # Restart the service for the changes to take effect systemctl restart postgresql.service # Create the confluence user and database sudo -i -u postgres psql create role confluenceuser with login password 'N0t4u2c' valid until 'infinity'; create database confluence with encoding='utf-8' owner=confluenceuser connection limit=-1; \q exit # Download and run the installer for Confluence wget https://www.atlassian.com/software/confluence/downloads/binary/atlassian-confluence-5.8.10-x64.bin chmod a+x atlassian-confluence-5.8.10-x64.bin ./atlassian-confluence-5.8.10-x64.bin
The confluence installer is really easy to use if everything is already in place. If you run with the default parameters you can just hit the Enter key a whole bunch of times, and then do the rest from the GUI.