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darky83
setup_guide [2019/12/03 03:15] (current)
spammy [Source Build install]
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 ==== System Requirements ==== ==== System Requirements ====
  
-Minimum system requirements are 2 vCPUs, 8GB of memory, and 100GB of disk space (as of version ​3.0.1.2).+Minimum system requirements are 2 vCPUs, 8GB of memory, and 100GB of disk space (as of version ​4.0.0).
 However, these are just minimum requirements. However, these are just minimum requirements.
  
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 ===== Deploying ===== ===== Deploying =====
-There are currently 3 options to deploy eFa, deploying on of the VM image is the most common way to start with eFa.  
  
-If you don't have the option to deploy an Virtual Image (on some VPS hosters for example) you can build eFa using the build scripts. +https://​efa-project.org/​download/​
- +
-  - Visit https://​efa-project.org/​download/ ​to download your E.F.A. VM for your hypervisor. +
-  - Import the appliance into your hypervisor. +
-    - [[Deploying on VMware]] +
-    - [[Deploying on Hyper-V]] +
-  - Power on the virtual machine +
-  - Follow the console prompts to configure your eFa. +
-  - After you configure eFa and it reboots, it is recommended that you run an update. +
-    - sudo /​usr/​local/​sbin/​EFA-Update -update+
  
 ===== Source Build install ===== ===== Source Build install =====
-  ​* [[Building E.F.A.]] +  ​No longer applicable
-  * [[Deploying E.F.A. on clean CentOS installation]]+
 ===== Post-installation ===== ===== Post-installation =====
   * [[Initial Configuration]]   * [[Initial Configuration]]
   * [[Post Configuration]]   * [[Post Configuration]]
     * [[Adding mail domains]]     * [[Adding mail domains]]
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