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Installation

This manual is for OS with systemd, upstart and init.d service managers, e.g.:

  • Ubuntu Linux;
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux;
  • CentOS Linux;
  • Debian 8 "Jessie" (for Raspberry Pi users).

If you use another service manager - contact us at care@saymon.info!

On a host without Internet access

Download sh-installer ( Linux 64 bit or  Linux 32 bit).

Move it to your home directory on the host.

Make the script executible:

64 bit
sudo chmod +x saymon-agent-rl-linux-x64-jre-installer.sh
32 bit
sudo chmod +x saymon-agent-rl-linux-i586-jre-installer.sh

Run the script:

64 bit
sudo ./saymon-agent-rl-linux-x64-jre-installer.sh
32 bit
sudo ./saymon-agent-rl-linux-i586-jre-installer.sh

Follow the steps you see in your terminal.

On a host with Internet access

Run the following command:

64 bit
curl https://saymon.info/downloads/saymon-agent-rl-linux-x64-jre-installer.sh -o saymon-agent-instal.sh ; chmod +x saymon-agent-instal.sh ; sudo ./saymon-agent-instal.sh
32 bit
curl https://saymon.info/downloads/saymon-agent-rl-linux-i586-jre-installer.sh -o saymon-agent-instal.sh ; chmod +x saymon-agent-instal.sh ; sudo ./saymon-agent-instal.sh

Follow the steps you see in your terminal.

Agent configuration

If there is a need you can edit agent configuration file/opt/saymon-agent/conf/agent.properties.

Log files

Setup agent SYSLOG in  /opt/saymon-agent/conf/logback-upstart.xml file.

Agent log-files can be found in  /var/log/saymon directory.

Service status

You can check status of the agent, start, restart or stop it with the following commands:

sudo service saymon-agent status
sudo service saymon-agent start
sudo service saymon-agent restart
sudo service saymon-agent stop
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