- ACS Status and Contol
ACS Status Checks
Controlling ACS Containers
Controlling ACS Zip Distribution
- Regular Administration Tasks
Regular ACS Tasks Overview
ACS Log Files
ACS Disk Usage and Maintenance
ACS Performance and Monitoring
Content Services Administration: Tasks Overview
This course provides overview of the administrations tasks that should be performed by an Alfresco Content Services administrator to keep the ACS platform functioning.
This course will provide an overview of ACS Administration Tasks that should be performed by an Alfresco Content Services administrator to keep the ACS platform functioning. The course builds on information already available in the ACS Documentation, and updates existing Alfresco University training courses, such as Foundation for ACS Administrators and ACS Admin 101. It is based on ACS version 6.2 onwards.
What Will I Learn?
At the end of this course you will be able to:
- Know how to check the status of ACS and its essential components.
- Identify the deployment method used for ACS.
- Start and Stop ACS in either a containerized or a zip distribution deployment.
- Describe regular ACS Admin Tasks that require daily, weekly and monthly attention.
- Understand when to check for ACS version upgrades and how to plan for that.
- Identify the ACS log files and know how to manage these logs.
- Quickly validate that ACS is operating normally.
- Know how to check and manage ACS disk space usage.
- Recognize the methods available for monitoring ACS performance.
This course is targeted at the following roles:
Time Required: ~30 minutes
Applicability: This course was written using Alfresco Content Services v6.2 and was last modified on February 3, 2021.
This course presumes that the student has an awareness of the following tools, technologies and concepts:
- Command Line Interface (CLI)
- PowerShell (for those using Microsoft Windows)
- Terminal (for those using MacOS or Linux)
- Installing applications
- Using a text editor
- Using a web browser
- Enterprise Content Management
- Spring Framework
This course assumes the student has access to a working ACS platform running version 6.2 onwards, deployed from either an ACS Zip Distribution or from Docker Containers.
Therefore it presumes that the student has already completed at least one or more of the following courses:
- ACS Deployments Overview
- ACS Deployments: Zip Distribution
- ACS Deployments: Docker Containers
- ACS Administration: Overview
It is not essential but is advised that you should follow the course using your own test ACS environment to validate and explore the ACS Administrator tools and commands described within the course lessons.
Alfresco Training provide a number of Docker-Compose resources you can deploy locally as training environments. The most suitable environment for this course would be:
- Alfresco Content Services - End User Be sure to follow the instructions for the proper operating system to download, extract and start the Alfresco Content Services environment.
You are permitted to use your Alfresco license for local development and testing purposes.
Additionally, although using
localhost is usually sufficient for accessing and validating ACS, it can be useful to also have an external test Windows desktop system available for validating external client interaction with your training ACS system.
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