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opsview4.6:rhel-installation [2014/12/15 08:43]
smarsh
opsview4.6:rhel-installation [2015/03/12 14:02] (current)
pknight Mention the automated install script.
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====== Installation Guide - Red Hat Enterprise Linux ====== ====== Installation Guide - Red Hat Enterprise Linux ======
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===== Before you start ===== ===== Before you start =====
 +  * This page details manually installing Opsview on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform. Note that we recommend using our [[opsview4.6:automated-installation|automated installation method]] instead.
  * For supported Red Hat Enterprise Linux releases please refer to [[opsview4.6:platforms|platforms]].   * For supported Red Hat Enterprise Linux releases please refer to [[opsview4.6:platforms|platforms]].
  * Please ensure perl 5.8.8-15.el5_2.1 or newer is installed to resolve a performance problem.   * Please ensure perl 5.8.8-15.el5_2.1 or newer is installed to resolve a performance problem.
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===== Planning ===== ===== Planning =====
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==== SELinux ==== ==== SELinux ====
-Opsview is not currently compatible with Security-Enhanced Linux extensions, this must be disabled. + 
 +Opsview is not currently compatible with Security-Enhanced Linux extensions, this must be disabled.
Edit /etc/selinux/config and restart system: Edit /etc/selinux/config and restart system:
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Alternatively, you can run the command (depending on your architecture): Alternatively, you can run the command (depending on your architecture):
<code> <code>
-rhn-channel --add --channel="rhel-x86_64-server-optional-7" -u rhn-username -p rhn-password +rhn-channel --add --channel="rhel-x86_64-server-optional-7" -u rhn-username -p rhn-password
</code> </code>
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Alternatively, you can run the command (depending on your architecture): Alternatively, you can run the command (depending on your architecture):
<code> <code>
-rhn-channel --add --channel="rhel-x86_64-server-optional-6" -u rhn-username -p rhn-password +rhn-channel --add --channel="rhel-x86_64-server-optional-6" -u rhn-username -p rhn-password
rhn-channel --add --channel="rhel-i386-server-optional-6" -u rhn-username -p rhn-password rhn-channel --add --channel="rhel-i386-server-optional-6" -u rhn-username -p rhn-password
</code> </code>
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<code> <code>
-vi /usr/local/nagios/etc/opsview.conf  +vi /usr/local/nagios/etc/opsview.conf
</code> </code>
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If you try to connect to: "http://your.server/" you may be greeted with a 503 server temporarily unavailable error. Go to the command line and enter: <code>setsebool -P httpd_can_network_connect=1</code> If you try to connect to: "http://your.server/" you may be greeted with a 503 server temporarily unavailable error. Go to the command line and enter: <code>setsebool -P httpd_can_network_connect=1</code>
-Try navigating to that address again. +Try navigating to that address again.
=== Automatic dependencies === === Automatic dependencies ===
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Running ''yum deplist opsview'' should now show the correct dependencies and allow ''opsview'' to be installed correctly. Running ''yum deplist opsview'' should now show the correct dependencies and allow ''opsview'' to be installed correctly.
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