[Update: March 29, 2017]
This page explains the startup script “Magento” for SAKURA Cloud.
Magento is a platform for multilanguage EC sites. Magento features outstanding expandability and is increasingly used mainly in North America and Europe. By using a startup script, it is possible to automatically set up the web server and database that are required to operate Magento Community Edition.
Use the following procedures to create the “Magento startup script” and to specify settings.
This explanation only covers unique points which differ from the creation of normal servers.
Click [Server] in the menu on the left, and then click [Add] at the top right.
When creating a server, remove the check from the checkbox for simple mode.
We recommend a server plan with 4 virtual cores and at least 8GB of memory. Please note that insufficient spec may cause installation to fail.
For the archive, select [Ubuntu Server 16.04.1 LTS 64bit].
For the startup script, select [Magento].
The following options are displayed. Enter information for each option.
Email address of the Magento admin account¶
Enter the email address to be used when sending notifications. Also, a login password will be sent when installation is finished.
Public key and private key from Magento Marketplace¶
Install Magento sample data.¶
Demonstration data can be installed in order to immediately confirm the usability.
The executed startup script is saved in the following directory. Passwords and other information are also listed, so please delete this information.
Put in “/root/.sacloud-api/notes/startup script ID/” and lower.
Please check the log if not performed correctly. For details, please refer to the Startup script page.
The login URL and admin ID/password will be sent to the email address which was entered. After login, we recommend changing the password.
For further details on initial settings related to Magento, please refer to “/home/ubuntu/info.txt.” After confirmation, please be sure to delete info.txt.