How to Install Brand New Original Magestore POS via SSH

Original Magestore POS Package is the package that only contains Magestore POS product originally (the package is built for widely usage base on Magento fresh installation, not on any customer environment-specific, so it does not contain any specific features/integration/bug fixing for your environment, some unexpected conflict with other extensions may occur when installing or after the POS installed).

Notice

This guide applies to the brand new installation of Original Magestore POS on your website (you don’t have any Magestore POS installed on your website yet). In case that you want to migrate from the old Magestore POS system or upgrade across lines of POS, please contact with Magestore Support Team to get a suitable guideline.

If you are looking for the guide to install the updated Original Magestore POS, it’s here.

Compatibility Check

Please check the link below to make sure that the POS version you are having is compatible with your current Magento version.

Prerequisite

Magestore POS Open Source requires MSI to be installed and enabled before installing the POS. You can follow the guide Install Inventory Management from Magento to install and enable MSI.

POS Installation

1. Take a backup of your website

The backup will help you recover faster in case that you are failed to install Magestore POS due to some conflict with other extensions or unexpected incidents while installing the POS.

2. Turn on Maintenance

1 php bin/magento maintenance:enable

3. Turn off Magento Cron

1 php bin/magento cron:remove

4. Turn on Developer mode

1 php bin/magento deploy:mode:set developer

5. Upload the package to Magento Root Directory

6. Run upgrade (Install POS)

1 php bin/magento setup:upgrade

7. Deploy POS client

1 php bin/magento webpos:deploy

8. Run code compilation

1 php bin/magento setup:di:compile

9. Adjust Redis session configuration

Note: This is an optional configuration if you are using Redis for Magento Session.

  • Open file app/etc/env.php in your favorite editor

  • Scroll down to the session section as below

Redis configuration
  • Edit the value max_concurrency to a suitable number. Magento recommend we set that number by 10% of the number of PHP processes. If you don’t know that then try in the range from 6 to 24 is fine. For example 20.

10. Install Magento Cron

1 php bin/magento cron:install

11. Reindex All

1 php bin/magento indexer:reindex

12. Turn on Production mode

1 php bin/magento deploy:mode:set production

13. Turn off Maintenance

1 php bin/magento maintenance:disable