Quick Start Installation: OroCommerce Community Edition for Germany¶
Clone the OroCommerce Community Edition for Germany repository (https://github.com/orocommerce/orocommerce-application-de.git) with:
git clone -b x.y.z https://github.com/orocommerce/orocommerce-application-de.git
where x.y.z is the latest release tag.
Make sure that you have NodeJS installed.
OroCommerce Community Edition for Germany uses Composer to manage its dependencies. If you do not have Composer yet, download it and follow the steps provided in the installation documentation or simply run the following command:
curl -s https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
Install project dependencies with Composer. If the installation is going too slow, you can use the –prefer-dist option. Run composer installation:
composer install --prefer-dist --no-dev
For Enterprise Editions, it is strongly recommended to use ElasticSearch as a search engine and RabbitMQ as a message queue broker in production environment.
Create the database with the name specified in the previous step (default name is b2b_crm_dev).
On some systems it might be necessary to temporarily increase memory_limit setting to 1 GB in php.ini configuration file for the duration of the installation process:
After the installation is finished the memory_limit configuration can be changed back to the recommended value (512 MB or more).
Install the application and create the admin user with the web installation wizard by opening install.php in the browser or running the following CLI command:
php app/console oro:install --env=prod
If the installation process times out, add the –timeout=0 argument to the oro:install command.
Configure the Web Socket server process and the Message Queue consumer process in Supervisor:
[program:<oro_application>_web_socket] command=/path/to/app/console clank:server --env=prod numprocs=1 autostart=true startsecs=0 user=www-data redirect_stderr=true [program:<oro_application>_message_consumer] command=/path/to/app/console oro:message-queue:consume --env=prod process_name=%(program_name)s_%(process_num)02d numprocs=5 autostart=true autorestart=true startsecs=0 user=www-data redirect_stderr=true
Replace <oro_application> with orocrm, orocommerce, or platform.
or run them manually:
php /path/to/app/console clank:server --env=prod php /path/to/app/console oro:message-queue:consume --env=prod
The port used by Web Socket must be open in the firewall for outgoing/incoming connections.
*/1 * * * * /path/to/app/console oro:cron --env=prod
or scheduled tasks execution to run the command below every minute:
php /path/to/app/console oro:cron --env=prod
app/consoleis a path from the project root folder. Please make sure you are using the full path for crontab configuration if you are running console command from a different location.
Configuration of used PHP Accelerator must be compatible with with Symfony and Doctrine and should support DOCBLOCKs.
Note that the port used by the WebSocket server must be open in firewall for outgoing/incoming connections.
Use SSD storage in production environment, as using MySQL 5.6 on HDD is potentially risky.
Recommended configuration for this case:
innodb_file_per_table = 0
Ensure that the timeout has a default value.
wait_timeout = 28800
See Optimizing InnoDB Disk I/O for more information.
The default MySQL character set utf8 uses a maximum of three bytes per character and contains only BMP characters. The utf8mb4 character set uses a maximum of four bytes per character and supports supplemental characters (e.g. emojis). It is recommended to use utf8mb4 character set in your app/config.yml:
doctrine: dbal: connections: default: driver: "%database_driver%" host: "%database_host%" port: "%database_port%" dbname: "%database_name%" user: "%database_user%" password: "%database_password%" charset: utf8mb4 default_table_options: charset: utf8mb4 collate: utf8mb4_unicode_ci row_format: dynamic
Using utf8mb4 might have side effects. MySQL indexes have a default limit of 767 bytes, so any indexed fields with varchar(255) will fail when inserted, because utf8mb4 can have 4 bytes per character (255 * 4 = 1020 bytes), thus the longest data can be 191 (191 * 4 = 764 < 767). To be able to use any 4 byte charset all indexed varchars should be at most varchar(191).
To overcome the index size issue the server can be configured to have large index size by enabling sysvar_innodb_large_prefix.
However, innodb_large_prefix requires some additional settings to work:
innodb_default_row_format=DYNAMIC(you may also enable it per connection as in the config above)
innodb_file_per_table=1(see above performance issues with this setting)
More details about this issue can be found here.
Web Server Configuration¶
OroCommerce Community Edition for Germany is based on the Symfony standard application, so the web server configuration recommendations are the same.
opcache.enable=1 opcache.enable_cli=0 opcache.memory_consumption=512 opcache.max_accelerated_files=32531 opcache.interned_strings_buffer=32 #http://symfony.com/doc/current/performance.html realpath_cache_size=4096K realpath_cache_ttl=600
See Symfony Performance.