OP5 Monitor ["OP5 Monitor"]
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Install OP5 Monitor


You need to be a System Administrator to install OP5 Monitor. A general knowledge of common Linux command-line tools is required.

Before you install OP5 Monitor, we recommend you read the following sections:

Note: For all procedures which require root privileges, ITRS recommends establishing non-root accounts with sudo privileges.

Install with a software package

To install OP5 Monitor with a software package:

  1. Download the OP5 Monitor installer (op5-monitor-<version>-x64.tar.gz) from the ITRS downloads.
  2. Upload the TAR file package to the server, or download it to the server directly with wget, curl, or similar.
  3. Log on to the server as root, using SSH.
  4. Unpack the tar.gz file in the /root directory:
    cd /root
    tar -zxf op5-monitor-9-x.tar.gz				
  5. Navigate to the directory that was extracted from the tar.gz file.
    cd op5monitor_install_directory
  6. Start the upgrade by executing the installation script:
  7. Reboot the server.

Success: OP5 Monitor is now running. To start using OP5 Monitor, see Get started with OP5 Monitor.

Installation program for the OP5 Monitor 9

Run install.sh without arguments to install OP5 Monitor in the interactive mode. You can also use the command line options listed below to modify the behaviour.

By default, the OP5 Monitor is installed from the RPM packages that are bundled in the same archive where the installer script is located.

Arguments Description
-V, --version Shows the version number and exit.
--noninteractive Install or update OP5 Monitor using the default settings without prompting for user input. Implies --assumeyes.
--assumeyes Pass --assumeyes to the DNF package manager.
-v, --verbose Increase console logging verbosity, and can be used twice (-vv). A debug log is always written to as well.
-C, --no-color Disables ANSI colours in the console output.
--custom-repo [CONFIG] Do not use the RPM repos bundled in the installer archive. If set with a CONFIG value, this adds the repos from that file. Without a value, this assumes that the required repos are already configured on the system. This can be used to run an online-only installation from the repo server.
--repo-dir DIR Custom path to the RPM repository (dir containing repodata/). By default, RPMs included in the installer archive are used.
--dnf-config FILE Path to the custom config file for package manager. It is also possible to customize DNF behaviour by passing CLI options in the DNF_OPTIONS environment variable.
-h, --help Show this help message and exit.

OP5 Monitor installer script:

usage: install.sh [-h] [--noninteractive] [-v] [--assumeyes] [-C]
                  [--custom-repo [CONFIG]] [--repo-dir DIR]
                  [--dnf-config FILE] [-V]