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phpMyAdmin is a free and open source tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL or MariaDB with the use of a web browser. It can perform various tasks such as creating, modifying or deleting databases, tables, fields or rows; executing SQLstatements; or managing users and permissions.

Intuz OpenKM has apache, tomcat, mysql, php, phpmyadmin, webmin, OpenKM and scripts which make it easy for you to use OpenKM. We have integrated phpmyadmin, webmin and scripts for backup, update and password recovery.

OpenKM document management software that integrates all essential document management, collaboration and an advanced search functionality into one easy to use solution. The system also includes administration tools to define the roles of various users, access control, user quota, level of document security, detailed logs of activity and automation setup.
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Tomcat is implements several Java EE specifications including Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages (JSP), Java EL, and WebSocket, and provides a "pure Java" HTTP web server environment in which Java code can run.

Webmin is a web-based system configuration tool for Unix-like systems, although recent versions can also be installed and run on Windows. With it, it is possible to configure operating system internals, such as users, disk quotas, services or configuration files, as well as modify and control open source apps, such as the Apache HTTP Server, PHP or MySQL.

Intuz creates and distributes AMI for the use of developers or any other person who likes to focus on managing their Application

phpMyAdmin is a free and open source tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL or MariaDB with the use of a web browser. It can perform various tasks such as creating, modifying or deleting databases, tables, fields or rows; executing SQLstatements; or managing users and permissions.

Admin Account for OpenKM

URL http://instance-public-ip

Username okmAdmin

Password instance-id

Note: Tomcat Startup Service

sudo sh /home/ubuntu/openkm/tomcat/bin/startup.sh

sudo sh /home/ubuntu/openkm/tomcat/bin/shutdown.sh

Admin Account for Webmin

URL http://instance-public-ip:8000

Username admin

Password instance-id

Admin Account for phpmyadmin

URL http://instance-public-ip/phpmyadmin

Username root

Password instance-id

Instance Login

Shell/terminal
1. sudo chmod 400 "yourpemkeyname.pem"
2. ssh -i "yourpemkeyname.pem"ubuntu@yourinstanceip

MySQL Terminal Login mysql -u root -p "instance-id"

OpenKM Password Management

You just need to login into terminal and type this command sudo sh /var/www/html/iscripts/password.sh.
Then, enter the required details and you are done.
For More Details about the steps click here

Snapshot Management

For Snapshot Management we have created the script which lets you set the retention period for the snapshots, this script will create a cron for automatic backup at 2:00 AM UTC. By default, we are not running this script, you can enable it by logging into the terminal or shell with the Instance login method and then type the below command.
sudo bash /var/www/html/iscripts/rp.sh
For More Details about the steps click here

Update Management

For Update Management we have created the script which lets you update and upgrade the AMI, this script will create a cron for automatic Update and Upgrade at 1:00 AM UTC. By default, we are not running this script, you can enable it by logging into the terminal or shell with the Instance login method and then type the below command.
sudo bash /var/www/html/iscripts/update.sh

For More Details about the steps click here

Webmin Password Management

For Webmin Password Management we have created the script which lets you change the password for webmin user admin in case you have forgotton, You can run this script and you can enable it by logging into the terminal or shell with the Instance login method by typing the below command.
sudo bash /var/www/html/iscripts/webmin.sh

For More Details about the steps click here

File Transfer via Webmin

Enter the URL in the web browser i.e http://public-instance-ip:8000. HTTPS will not work for webmin. Then, Enter your username as admin and password as instance-id. Next, click on Dashboard and then Others and then Upload and Download. Now select Upload to server. Select the files you want to upload (it is better to use zip). Enter the file directory as /var/www/html. Select yes on Extract archive option, if you are uploading zip. Next, click upload. Now, you can check the files, from the browser or shell
For More Details about the steps click here

OR

Enter the URL in the web browser i.e http://public-instance-ip:8000. HTTPS will not work for webmin. Then, Enter your username as admin and password as instance-id. Next, click on Dashboard and then Others and then File Manager. Now, select File option and then click on Upload to current directory. Select the files you want to upload. Next, click upload files. Now, you can check the files, from the browser or shell
For More Details about the steps click here

How to find my instance id and public ip?

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Highlights

  • OpenKM is a management solution what allows businesses to control the production, storage, management and distribution of electronic documents, yielding greater effectiveness and the ability to reuse information and to control the flow of the documents.
  • OpenKM is integrated with phpMyAdmin and webmin with file transfer.
  • OpenKM has Password Recovery, Snapshot Management and Update Management scripts.

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