I am trying to install discourse on an ubuntu server. Every command is successful until this command which gets stuck :
bundle exec rake autospec. If I run
bundle exec rails server by skipping previous command, it runs but I am not able to access the portal on port 3000.
I am folowing steps mentioned here :
This guide covers installation instructions in development environment, for a production guide see: How to install Discourse in production
So you want to set up Discourse on Ubuntu to hack on and develop with?
We’ll assume that you don’t have Ruby/Rails/Postgre/Redis installed on your Ubuntu system. Let’s begin!
Although this guide assumes that you are using Ubuntu, but the set-up instructions will work fine for any Debian based distribution.
(If you want to install Discourse for…
RAILS_ENV=development bundle exec rails server --binding=0.0.0.0
This is the issue i guess, But I am not sure how to resolve this. Anyone??
How much ram do you have? What does
What are the minimum system requirements for discourse setup?
1GB of RAM with SWAP, I think you need at least 2GB of SWAP.
That’s true for a docker install, but a development install will likely need more than that.
Do you need a development setup?
You might try
Beginners Guide to Install Discourse for Development using Docker, but if you want to do development you’ll likely want at least 4gb.
I’ve run development environments off the DO $5 droplet and they work just fine. Not fast but not unbearable either. CPU speed is probably more important.
@Vishal_Kaushik do you have anything else running on this server? And is it a cloud server or something local?
I asked my devops guy to create a new instance with better specs and it worked fine on it. Thank you all for the help.
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