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Only a sudo or a root user has the permission to run the Linux agent in a machine.

The following commands needs to be executed to re-install the agent [64-bit:] sudo wget sudo chmod 755 Site24x7_Linux_64bit.install sudo ./Site24x7_Linux_64bit.install -ri [32-bit:] sudo wget sudo chmod 755 Site24x7_Linux_32bit.install sudo ./Site24x7_Linux_32bit.install -ri The following use cases will help you configure proxy during re-installation if you have enabled a proxy server: user:[email protected]:port [email protected]:port host:port

The command below is used to restart the agent sudo /etc/init.d/site24x7monagent restart

Follow the below steps to restart the agent services based on your platform: For Windows platform – In the Windows home screen, navigate to Start and run the command services.msc This will open up the Services window. Search and select Windows agent in the listed services and click Start the service For Linux platforms, execute the below

Supports various Linux distributions including Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, RedHat, Madriva, Fedora, and Suse

For Windows platforms – Complete the installation of the agent After installation, the agent software can be accessed from the tray icon in your Windows machine Right click the icon and select Proxy Configuration Configure details such as proxy server name and port number as well as proxy user name and password Restart the agent

Applications will be auto discovered once a Windows or Linux agent is installed in your server (Admin > Server Monitor > Settings). Enabling this option in Settings is a global action across the entire account. Alternative to this is the manual discovery of applications for each server monitor added. Use Case: A user has 1

The command below is used to uninstall the agent from your machine sudo /opt/site24x7/monagent/bin/uninstall

The monitoring agent poses no threat to the security of your server. The server monitoring agent uses only one-way HTTPS connection which is firewall friendly and you do not normally need to open up any new ports to the outside in your firewall. More over the communication happens over HTTPS and the data

URL check is used to monitor URL’s on the local machine where a server monitor is installed. The check fails when the configured URL is not available. Only local URLs can be monitored. The local URLs can be configured in the following ways. http://localhost http://$$HOSTNAME$$ http://$$IP$$ NOTE: The port number can also be given in