Auto Deploy Moodle
Deploying a Moodle site in ServerAvatar with one-click is a straightforward process. You can create a Moodle application with just a few basic details, such as the website name, domain, web root directory, and preferred method of deployment.
Select the "One-Click" deployment method to automatically install and configure Moodle on your server. Choose your system user and PHP version, and customize your Moodle application as per your requirements.
Once the Moodle application is created, you can access the Moodle admin dashboard and start customizing your learning platform. With ServerAvatar, it is easy to create and manage Moodle sites with the one-click deployment method. You can focus on building a dynamic e-learning platform while ServerAvatar takes care of the server setup and configuration for you.
Step 1: Click the server on which you want to create the new application.
Step 2: Now, you will see the option Applications on the left-hand sidebar of the Server Panel. Click on “Applications”.
Step 3: Now, you will see the Applications table like the image below. Click on Create button on the top right of the Applications table, as mentioned in the image below..
Step 4: After that, you will see the Create Application screen like the image below.
Step 5: Basic Details
- Enter the name of your application in the Application Name field.
- Choose whether you want to use a primary domain or a test domain in the Domain field. If you select a test domain, you can change it later to a primary domain.
- Click on the Next button.
Step 6: Application
Choose the "One-click" method to install the Moodle application.
When creating an application using the one-click method, a form related to the selected application will appear, where you can fill in the necessary details such as the application name, database credentials, admin credentials, and other options specific to the application.
After filling in the necessary information and submitting the form, ServerAvatar will automatically download and install the selected application on your server, configure the necessary dependencies.
This method is useful for those who want to quickly deploy a popular web application without having to manually download, configure and install it.
Select the required options for your application, like the database type and any required additional PHP modules.
Click on the "Next" button.
Step 7: System User
When creating a new application in ServerAvatar, you have the option to either create a new system user for the application or use an existing one. A system user is a user account created on your server, which is used to manage files and permissions for your application.
Step 8: Other Setting
In the Basic Settings section of creating an application in ServerAvatar, you have the option to select the PHP version for your application. ServerAvatar supports multiple PHP versions ranging from 7.2 to 8.2. You can choose the desired PHP version for your application.
You also have the option to specify a custom webroot path for your application. By default, ServerAvatar sets the webroot path to "/public_html" for your application. However, if you want to set a custom webroot path, you can do so by entering the desired path in the "Webroot" field provided. This can be useful if you have specific requirements for the directory structure of your application.
Step 8: Review
After completing the previous steps, the user will be directed to the review page where they can review all the details they have entered for the application. This includes the application name, primary domain, test domain, application method, system user, PHP version, and custom web root path.
If any changes are required, the user can go back to the respective sections and make the changes. If everything looks good, they can click on the "Create Application" button to create the application. Your website should be live in the next 10-15 seconds. Once your application is installed, you will be redirected to an application dashboard from which you can manage the application.