The purpose of this blog to help you to the installation of Akeneo version 4 in a descriptive way.
There is two way to install the Akeneo
I will describe here Install Akeneo PIM manually
Before going to start first you need to check the system requirements Read Blog
If your system requirement fulfilled, so let’s start with the Installing Akeneo PIM Community Edition (CE)
Step 1: You need to run the following command to install the Akeneo.
php -d memory_limit=4G /usr/local/bin/composer create-project --prefer-dist \ akeneo/pim-community-standard /srv/pim "4.0.*@stable"
you can change the document root directory /srv/pim according to your preference.
or download an archive containing Akeneo PIM and its PHP dependencies: https://download.akeneo.com/pim-community-standard-v4.0-latest-icecat.tar.gz
Step 2: Initializing Akeneo
You will need to change the
.env file to configure the access to your MySQL and ElasticSearch server.
APP_ENV=dev APP_DEBUG=0 APP_DATABASE_HOST=localhost APP_DATABASE_PORT=null APP_DATABASE_NAME=akeneo_pim APP_DATABASE_USER=akeneo_pim APP_DATABASE_PASSWORD=akeneo_pim APP_DEFAULT_LOCALE=en APP_SECRET=ThisTokenIsNotSoSecretChangeIt APP_INDEX_HOSTS='localhost:9200 APP_PRODUCT_AND_PRODUCT_MODEL_INDEX_NAME=akeneo_pim_product_and_product_model MAILER_URL=null://localhost AKENEO_PIM_URL=http://192.168.1.91
Step3: Launching the PIM in (pro / dev or test mode)
$ NO_DOCKER=true make