Configuring the agent on Linux systems
You can run the configuration script and respond to prompts to configure the agent on Linux operating systems.
To configure the agent on Linux operating systems, complete the following steps:
On command line, run the following command:
install_dir/bin/mariadb-agent.sh config instance_name
Where instance_name is the name you want to give to the instance, and install_dir is the installation directory for the MariaDB agent.
When you are prompted to enter a value for the following parameters, press Enter to accept the default value, or specify a different value and press Enter.
- IP address
- JDBC username
- JDBC password
- Retype JDBC password
- JDBC JAR file
- JDBC port number (Default port number is 3306.)
- Java™ trace level (Default value is Error.)
For more information about the configuration parameters, see Configuring the agent by using the silent response file.
Run the following command to start the agent:
install_dir/bin/mariadb-agent.sh start instance_name
What to do next
- Log in to the IBM Cloud Pak console to view the data that is collected by the agent in the dashboards. For more information about using the console, see Starting the Cloud App Management UI.