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Defect #40293

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Simple reliable way to host redmine

Added by Dana Buck 2 months ago. Updated 2 months ago.

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Closed
Priority:
Normal
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Resolution:
Invalid
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Description

I do not have much experience with servers and backend and hosting services. Everyone on my small dev team is pretty apathetic to issue tracking, so I am taking time to get this going myself. I would like to host a redmine instance using http with mysql and periodic backups.

I was thinking I could just spin up a linode linux vm, and install redmine and mysql directly on the vm OS, and just enable the linode periodic backup feature of the entire VM. Is this reasonable?

Alternatively, our company already uses Google Cloud products for our backend, so I thought I could use Google Cloud Run and Google Cloud SQL. This would be quite a bit of overkill though.

Thoughts?

Actions #1

Updated by Holger Just 2 months ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed
  • Resolution set to Invalid

There are many different ways to host Redmine, depending on your specific requirements. Please see RedmineInstall for a basic installation guide.

If you have any further questions, please ask on the forums. The issue tracker on redmine.org is only used for development and actual defects (which your question is not).

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