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How to install Horizon for production 'from source' (not using distro packages or devops tools)

asked 2015-02-24 09:44:12 -0500

nic hart gravatar image

updated 2015-02-25 03:28:00 -0500

Hello I've successfully built and deployed keystone/nova/cinder/glance/neutron from the stable juno tarballs (2014.2.1). (On Centos 7). But getting horizon deployed with apache is not so easy and appears completely undocumented. Looking at the RDO/yum packages it seems that there is a big difference between their approach and the directory structure in the 'from source' build. Am I missing any useful guide to achieve a production quality build from source? Any suggestions welcome, and happy to contribute back resulting documentation.

thanks for any advice

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answered 2015-03-29 22:31:42 -0500

david-lyle gravatar image is the current documentation for installing horizon. It includes instructions for installing mod-wsgi and add a horizon.conf file to your apache sites-available.

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