These steps are for a Red Hat Enterprise Linux distribution but should be similar for any redhat-variant.
For Ubuntu instructions see Install EASA on Linux (Ubuntu).
Let's setup EASA Linux.
This example uses Red Hat Enterprise Linux but the steps should be very similar for any Redhat-variant distribution.
We provide a simplified database creation script as a reference implementation for a customer unfamiliar with MySQL administration; for the very simplest EASA Linux installation, the EASA Server and MySQL will reside on a single physical machine. In practice a remote EASAP Server or Compute Server may be needed and so we might want to make a few changes to the default MySQL script or run the follow statements after installation.
Here we grant access for a remote user of the database.
When dealing with a mixture of Linux and Windows, it is recommended to use IP addresses rather than the machine names to avoid DNS configuration or problems.
Run 6.1.1-mysql.sql with admin priveleges to create the necessary databases, tables and data required for EASA.