Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1011880
It is not possible to install FSW without RTGov
Last modified: 2015-02-05 20:19:46 EST
There is no way how to install FSW that contains neither rtgov client nor rtgov server.
RTGov server installs unnecessary components, rtgov client requires a connection to rtgov server and has activity collection enabled by default.
This restriction is in accordance with
selecting Serviceworks will also select RT-Gov Client, unless RT-Gov Server is also selected
deselecting Serviceworks will also deselect RT-Gov Client if it was selected
selecting RT-Gov Client will also select Serviceworks, and deselect RT-Gov Server
deselecting RT-Gov Client will also deselect Serviceworks
I understand, but I think there still should be a way to install FSW without having a RTGov server running, something like developer focused/friendly configuration.
This would be a rather easy change to implement, but we need to know the direction we're going with this to actually make it.
The available combinations were chosen to cut down on the number of supported/tested combinations. They are:
FSW + RT-Gov
RT-Gov server only
S-RAMP server only (DT-Gov optional)
So, while it's possible to make FSW without RT-Gov server or client, this wasn't in the original specification (as written up in the installer requirements).
It's true that the decision was made to *always* include either RTGov client or RTGov client + server, but there is no requirement that this be enabled by default.
If RTGov affects default performance or behavior then I suggest we provide a means to disable/disconnect the RTGov client as part of the installation - or - we revisit the decision and make it entirely optional.
*** Bug 1008001 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***