Hello, I am having trouble installing Opigno. I am using the installation instructions found here https://opigno.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/OUM20/pages/363233281/Installa…. It seems that the operation is being killed when I run the composer command. Here is what I entered: composer create-project opigno/opigno-composer test Installing opigno/opigno-composer (2.11.0) - Installing opigno/opigno-composer (2.11.0): Loading from cache Created project in test > DrupalProject\composer\ScriptHandler::checkComposerVersion Loading composer repositories with package information Updating dependencies (including require-dev) Killed When I went to the folder, only the Drush and Scripts folders are loaded as well as the ReadMe and composer.json files are there. Should this be populated with the full Drupal files? Also, how do I connect the database I created to this? It would be useful if there were more information in the documentation, like what should happen at each step.
Similar problem, but with upgrading
Opigno install resource intensive - kills job. How to install?
Thank you for reporting this.
So far, we have not looked into composer performance tweaking.
I created an internal issue so that we take a look at this and optimize as much as possible.
I checked and currently it can take slightly over 2Gb indeed.
In reply to Hi antonellasev, by admin
Alternatives to composer install?
You can always do the composer build somewhere else and push that to the server.
Or download the distribution from drupal.org. That version includes almost everything except what is not possible to build on drupal.org such as the commerce feature.
Also here on opigno.org there are full packaged versions including those features not possible on drupal.org infrastructure.