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manual:appliance [2020/04/06 22:07]
marinagen zabbix version corrected
manual:appliance [2020/05/21 09:14]
marinagen [ZBX-17749] system requirements
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 Zabbix appliance and installation CD versions are based upon the following OS:  Zabbix appliance and installation CD versions are based upon the following OS: 
 ^Zabbix appliance version^OS^ ^Zabbix appliance version^OS^
-|4.0|CentOS 8  |+|4.0|CentOS 8 (x86_64) ​|
  
 Zabbix appliance installation CD can be used for instant deployment of Zabbix server (MySQL). Zabbix appliance installation CD can be used for instant deployment of Zabbix server (MySQL).
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 +== System requirements:​ ==
 +  * //RAM//: 1.5 GB
 +  * //Disk space//: at least 8 GB should be allocated for the virtual machine.
  
 |{{:​manual:​installation_cd_boot_menu1.png?​600|}}| |{{:​manual:​installation_cd_boot_menu1.png?​600|}}|
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 To get started, boot the appliance and point a browser at the IP the appliance has received over DHCP.  To get started, boot the appliance and point a browser at the IP the appliance has received over DHCP. 
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 +<note important>​ DHCP must be enabled on the host. </​note>​
  
 To get the IP address from inside the virtual machine run: To get the IP address from inside the virtual machine run:
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 By default, access to the frontend is allowed from anywhere. By default, access to the frontend is allowed from anywhere.
  
-The frontend can be accessed at //​http:​%%//​%%<​host>//​.+The frontend can be accessed at //​http:​%%//​%%<​host>​/zabbix//.
  
-This can be customised in **/etc/nginx/​conf.d/​zabbix.conf**. ​Nginx has to be restarted after modifying this file. To do so, log in using SSH as **root** user and execute:+This can be customised in **/etc/httpd/​conf.d/​zabbix.conf**. ​Apache ​has to be restarted after modifying this file. To do so, log in using SSH as **root** user and execute:
  
-  systemctl restart ​nginx+  systemctl restart ​httpd
  
 === - Firewall === === - Firewall ===