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    bencyau
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    Hello,
    I am wondering what can be shaved from the OS work load (and the SCADA installation) if all I need is the ScadaComm & ScadaServer, with no need for ScadaWeb / Interface / ScadaTable etc. But will add Agent, AutoControl and RapidGate modules to create a pure data acquisition and processing logic Linux box.
    I believe this architecture is different from the ‘Large System’ SCADA architecture described in the Documentation.
    Of course I will still have a main SCADA system set up for user view, and which will also gather data from the sub-system Scada.
    So, on Linux if I do not need the web server, which steps can I safely skip during the installation process?
    Thanks.

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    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    Hi,

    So, on Linux if I do not need the web server, which steps can I safely skip during the installation process?

    See install_with_apache.txt
    Skip steps 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15

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    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    I am wondering what can be shaved from the OS work load (and the SCADA installation) if all I need is the ScadaComm & ScadaServer, with no need for ScadaWeb / Interface / ScadaTable etc.

    In case of Windows installation, tick Server and Communicator checkboxes.
    Interface folder is required by SCADA-Server, because it provides views to the web app.

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