Zabbix Documentation 3.4

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manual:installation:install [2018/08/10 10:58]
dimir slight formatting improvement
manual:installation:install [2019/01/21 09:27] (current)
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   adduser --quiet --system --disabled-login --ingroup zabbix --home /​var/​lib/​zabbix --no-create-home zabbix   adduser --quiet --system --disabled-login --ingroup zabbix --home /​var/​lib/​zabbix --no-create-home zabbix
  
-<note important>​Zabbix processes do not need a home directory, which is why we do not recommend creating it. However, if you are using some functionality that requires it (e. g. store mysql credentials in ''​$HOME/​.my.cnf''​) you are free to create it using the following commands. On RedHat-based systems, run:+<note important>​Zabbix processes do not need a home directory, which is why we do not recommend creating it. However, if you are using some functionality that requires it (e. g. store mysql credentials in ''​$HOME/​.my.cnf''​) you are free to create it using the following commands.\\ \\  
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 +On RedHat-based systems, run:
  
   mkdir -m u=rwx,​g=rwx,​o= -p /​usr/​lib/​zabbix   mkdir -m u=rwx,​g=rwx,​o= -p /​usr/​lib/​zabbix
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 +Entering a name for Zabbix server is optional, however, if submitted, it will be displayed in the menu bar and page titles.
 == Step 5 == == Step 5 ==