Hi everyone. I’m trying to install zammad on CentOS 7, but have encountered with two issues:
First of all, after installing according to documentation, when i go to
http://localhost it shows nginx demo web page, and not zammad first screen. Second, when i issue this command: zammad run rake searchindex:rebuild, it shows “rake aborted! Version 6.5.4 of configured elasticsearch is not supported”
I’d appreciate very much for your assistance.
I think you problem with elasticsearch is the Version how you can see it in you message. In the Documentation you can also read which version of Elasticsearch is supported:
Set up Elasticsearch
We use Elasticsearch for the awesome search in Zammad.
Currently we support:
Elasticsearch 2.4.x to 5.5.x with mapper-attachments plugin
Elasticsearch 5.6.x with ingest-attachment plugin
Remove you current Elasticsearch Installation and install a supported version. This Site helped me a lot because iam not so deep into Linux:
And to your second problem. Did you activated the firewall and configured it propably? When not i would disable the firewall temporaly and try it again.
Thanks very much for your reply! Following the steps you pointed me at, were successfull for my first issue.
However, i still get the default nginx page, and not zammad web page when accessing to http://localhost/.
Any further help, will be very appreciated.
I can see a similar topic here:
even after performing the procedure, although the services are up, localhost continues to show me the Nginx page.
This is what print the status of the services :
root@zammad:/etc/nginx/sites-enabled# systemctl status zammad
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/zammad.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: active (running) since lun 2018-11-12 16:08:19 CET; 16h ago
Main PID: 9021 (sleep)
However, in my case, trying to access locally won’t do… (curl
http://localhost or IP number)
Just for the record. Everythong worked fine, just changing localhost to the static IP address assigned to the server.
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