Trac-Bug tracking tool on RHEL 5.9 ZipKit
Trac is an open source, web-based project management and bug tracking system that is written in the Python programming language. Trac permits you to hyperlink information between a bug database, revision control, and wiki content. It also serves as a web interface to the following revision control systems: Subversion, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar, Perforce and Darcs.
Trac ZipKit contents
This ZipKit contains the following software:
|Software name||Packaged with eZDeploy||Download location|
|Apache 2.2||Yes||Included in the Trac ZipKit (CLM 4.5-Trac on RHEL 5.9.eZ) from BMC Communities|
|Subversion||Yes||Included in the Trac ZipKit (CLM 4.5-Trac on RHEL 5.9.eZ) from BMC Communities|
|Trac 1.0.1||No (Download required)||Trac download URL|
|MySQL 5.0||No (Download required)||Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5.9 64 bit media containing the required MySQL packages.|
Trac and MySQL packages are copyright packages. You need to download these packages separately. See Where to download the ZipKit for details.
Trac ZipKit deployment models
The Trac ZipKit supports the following service deployment models:
In the single-tier deployment model, Trac will be installed on a single instance of a server along with Apache, Subversion and MySQL.
In the multi-tier deployment model, Trac will be installed on a single instance of a server along with Apache, Subversion and MySQL will be installed on another instance of a server.
The following topics describe how to use the ZipKit to create a service offering that deploys Trac on Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5.9 (RHEL 5.9).
|Getting started with the Trac-Bug tracking tool on RHEL 5.9 ZipKit||Provides an overview of the ZipKit, how to download the ZipKit, and a description of what is in the ZipKit.|
|Importing the ZipKit for Trac-Bug tracking tool on RHEL 5.9||Describes the tasks you must perform in BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management to import the service blueprints included in the ZipKit.|
|Creating a Trac-Bug tracking tool on RHEL 5.9 service offering||Describes how to create a service offering in BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management, which you can then use to create a requestable service offering for your end users.|