Meza  is a installer, upgrader, and overall MediaWiki system manager. From , this is the purpose of Meza:
To make it possible for everyone to have a modern, fully-featured MediaWiki installation. Standard MediaWiki is easy to install, but increasingly its newer and better features are contained within extensions with more complicated install procedures. Additionally, they may be particularly difficult to install on Enterprise Linux derivatives (e.g. Red Hat, CentOS, etc). This project aims to make features like VisualEditor, CirrusSearch, etc, easy to install, backup, reconfigure, and maintain in a robust and well-tested way.
At present Meza only installs on RedHat/CentOS systems, but it is highly desired to get it working on Debian/Ubuntu. During the WMF Technical Conference (Oct 2018) it was noted that many projects like Meza lack the ability to support the specific configurations that many people need. This task is intended to capture what some of those specific configuration requirements are. Please explain why Meza doesn't support the config you need. This Phab task mirrors .