I Have already installed Development, Quality and Production environments (version 8) installed on different servers. And they had their years of history of modules and applications.
I want to add up Lifetime on another different environment/server. To manage all environments easier. I Think it's recommended yes?
I suppose the steps for this are:
1-Check users have the same username in all environments,
2-Group Modules into applications
3- Install Platform Server
4- Deploy lifetime.OSP (a soltution file which exists already in the other environments...any file in those machines will do right?)
Also is there any expected impact on the other environments (DEV, Quality and Production)? Should I be worry? I will make a backup anyway,
But I am hoping it doesn't has any negative impact on the performance of the other environments or any change in database in those environments etc..is it that simple? I hope so...
I'ld like to know how to configure your environments in Lifetime when you have only two environments (two servers with the deployment controller (DC) installed):
As I dont have a "Test Environment", how can I remove its socket?
Bernardo Diogo wrote:
What do you mean by "remove its socket"?
Justin James wrote:
Apparently I had just to register the two environments in "Development" and "Test", and the third socket for environment registry, "Production", disables itself automatically.