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Quick Start - CentOS / Red Hat Linux / Fedora
[Note: 32-bit RPM packages for opsdash-smart-agent v1.5.1 are not currently available. 32-bit tarballs are available as described below. Please contact us at [email protected] if you need the RPMs.]
To get started, install the OpsDash Smart Agent in any of the following ways:
1) Add the RapidLoop yum repo:
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sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/rapidloop.repo <<EOF
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[rapidloop]
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name=RapidLoop Public YUM Repository
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baseurl=https://packages.rapidloop.com/centos
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gpgkey=https://packages.rapidloop.com/gpg-pubkey-rapidloop.asc
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EOF
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2) Import the RapidLoop signing key:
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wget https://packages.rapidloop.com/gpg-pubkey-rapidloop.asc
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sudo rpm --import gpg-pubkey-rapidloop.asc
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3) Install the agent
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sudo yum install opsdash-smart-agent
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4) Go to https://app.opsdash.com/account and copy your API key.
5) Edit the agent configuration and put in the API key:
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sudo vim /etc/opsdash/agent.cfg
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6) Start the agent:
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sudo service opsdash-agent start
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7) Go to https://app.opsdash.com/sources to see your server has appeared there. The agent's log file is at /var/log/opsdash/agent.log in case you need to troubleshoot.

Install the agent from a package

1) Download the appropriate OpsDash smart agent .rpm package for your platform:
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# for 64-bit Intel
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wget https://packages.rapidloop.com/downloads/opsdash-smart-agent-1.5.1-1.x86_64.rpm
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# for 32-bit Intel
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wget https://packages.rapidloop.com/downloads/opsdash-smart-agent-1.3-1.i686.rpm
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2) Install the package
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# replace x86_64 with i686 if required
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sudo rpm -ihv opsdash-smart-agent-1.5.1-1.x86_64.rpm
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3) Go to https://app.opsdash.com/account and copy your API key.
4) Edit the agent configuration and put in the API key:
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sudo vim /etc/opsdash/agent.cfg
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5) Start the agent:
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sudo service opsdash-agent start
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6) Go to https://app.opsdash.com/sources to see if your server has appeared there. The agent's log file is at /var/log/opsdash/agent.log in case you need to troubleshoot.

Install the agent from a tarball

1) Download the appropriate OpsDash smart agent .tar.gz tarball for your platform:
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# for 64-bit Intel
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wget https://packages.rapidloop.com/downloads/opsdash-smart-agent-1.5.1.amd64.tar.gz
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# for 32-bit Intel
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wget https://packages.rapidloop.com/downloads/opsdash-smart-agent-1.3.i386.tar.gz
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# for armv7
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wget https://packages.rapidloop.com/downloads/opsdash-smart-agent-1.5.1.armhf.tar.gz
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2) Unpack the tarball
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# replace amd64 with i386 or armhf if required
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tar xvf opsdash-smart-agent-1.5.1.amd64.tar.gz
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3) Go to https://app.opsdash.com/account and copy your API key.
4) Edit the agent configuration and put in the API key:
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vim opsdash-smart-agent-1.5.1-amd64/etc/opsdash/agent.cfg
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5) Start the agent (runs in the foreground):
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cd opsdash-smart-agent-1.5.1-amd64 usr/sbin/opsdash-agent -f
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6) Go to https://app.opsdash.com/sources to see if your server has appeared there. The agent's log file is at opsdash-smart-agent-1.5.1-amd64/var/log/opsdash/agent.log in case you need to troubleshoot.
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