- One of the following Oses:
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.0 or higher
- Oracle Linux 6.5 or higher
- Ubuntu 10.04 or higher
- CentOS release 5 or higher
- Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 or higher
- Amazon Linux AMI release 2013.03 or higher
- Fedora release 12 or higher
- Suse Linux 11 or higher
- OpenSSL v0.9.8k or higher
- Root access
- The Install script requires wget to retrieve content, and curl to test/verify access to our data collection servers (184.108.40.206) over port 443, either directly or through a corporate proxy.
Note: The Linux agent/agentless approach requires a user with root permissions to get PID-to-network mapping, certain hardware details, and data on logical/physical disk volumes. Become root user either through "sudo -s" or "su", most systems use sudo.
Launch the application from your Partner Dashboard or login directly here. Open the Settings page by clicking the username in the upper right-hand corner and select Settings. Navigate to Agent Setup > Assess and select the Linux tab.
Step 1: Export your customer key.
export CLOUDAMIZE_CUSTOMER_KEY=<YOUR CUSTOMER KEY>
Step 2: Execute the following command to install an agent.
sh <(curl -s https://agentmanager1.cloudamize.com/cxf/downloadFile/installCloudamizeAgentV2.sh)
If FQDN resolution is not permitted use the command below.
sh <(curl -s -k https://220.127.116.11/cxf/downloadFile/installCloudamizeAgentV2.sh)
If you want to route the data through your own proxy server, click the checkbox as shown in the image below, and use the following command.
sh <(curl --proxy https://www.yourproxy.com:proxy_port -s https://agentmanager1.cloudamize.com/cxf/downloadFile/installCloudamizeAgentV2.sh) <https://www.your_own_proxy.com> <proxy_port>
If you want to use your own proxy server and the server requires authentication, click the designated checkbox and use the following, updated command.
sh <(curl --proxy https://www.yourproxy.com:proxy_port --proxy-user username:password -s https://agentmanager1.cloudamize.com/cxf/downloadFile/installCloudamizeAgentV2.sh) <https://www.your_own_proxy.com> <proxy_port> <user_name> <password>
Click here for steps to troubleshoot installation issues.
Click here for instructions on how to uninstall the linux agents.