How to install Opmanager version 7 on Ubuntu server 8.10.

Opmanager is software which help you to monitoring your network. It can tell to you about current status of your router, switch and server. Otherthan it can automatic discover your devices in your network too.

These are a list of steps for install the OpManager version 7 on Ubuntu Server 8.10.


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1. Download Opmanager version 7 from http://download.adventnet.com/products/opmanager/29809517/ManageEngine_OpManager_7_linux.bin

2. Change mode of this file to execute file.

$ sudo chmod +x ManageEngine_OpManager_7_linux.bin

3. Install these package libexpat1 and libexpat-dev

$ sudo aptitude install libexpat1 libexpat-dev

4. Install by command line

$ sudo ./ManageEngine_OpManager_7_linux.bin -console

5. Please read carefully . I think you can do. 😀

6. Start apache service by 

$ cd /opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/apache/bin/
$ sudo ./apachectl start

After you start you should found error message by default. Such as

1. /opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/apache/bin/httpd: error while loading shared libraries: libexpat.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
./apachectl start: httpd could not be started

 How to fix : 

$ sudo ln -s /usr/lib/libexpat.so.1.5.2 /usr/lib/libexpat.so.0 
2./opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/apache/bin/httpd: error while loading shared libraries: libaprutil-0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
./apachectl start: httpd could not be started

How to fix :

$ sudo ln -s /opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/apache/lib/libaprutil-0.so.0 /usr/lib/libaprutil-0.so.0
3./opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/apache/bin/httpd: error while loading shared libraries: libapr-0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
./apachectl start: httpd could not be started

How to fix :

$ sudo ln -s /opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/apache/lib/libapr-0.so.0 /usr/lib/libapr-0.so.0
4. httpd: could not open document config file /home/kernel/satya/installed_apache/conf/httpd.conf
 ./apachectl start: httpd could not be started.

How to fix :

$ sudo mkdir -p /home/kernel/satya/installed_apache/conf
$ sudo ln -s /opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/apache/conf/httpd.conf /home/kernel/satya/installed_apache/conf/httpd.conf

7. Start apache service again by 

 

$ cd /opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/apache/bin/
$ sudo ./apachectl start
./apachectl start: httpd started

 

8.Start OpManager Service  by

$ cd /opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/bin/
$ sudo ./StartOpManagerServer.shJava Home /opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/jre
cp: cannot stat `/opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/apache/ssl/backup/ssl.conf': No such file or directory
The File: /opt/AdventNet/ME/OpManager/apache/ssl/ssl.conf does not exist
inside addon check

This OpManager has been licensed to Evaluation User.

Starting AdventNet ManageEngine Server Modules, please wait 



Process : StartTelnetClient                       [ Started ] 
Process : OpManagerStatusProcess                  [ Started ]
Process : AuthMgr                                 [ Started ]
Process : NetFlowProcess                          [ Started ]
Process : DataMgmtRPI                             [ Started ] 
Process : NmsPolicyMgr                            [ Started ] 
Process : OpManagerRunApacheExeModule             [ Started ]
Process : NMSMServer                              [ Started ]
Process : UserConfigProcess                       [ Started ]
Process : NmsAuthenticationManager                [ Started ]
Process : CLIFactoryBinder                        [ Started ]
Process : SetSecurityProperty                     [ Started ]
Process : NMSSAServer                             [ Started ]
Process : NmsAuthManager                          [ Started ]
Process : DBServer                                [ Started ]
Process : MapServerBE                             [ Started ]
Process : EventMgr                                [ Started ]
Process : Collector                               [ Started ]
Process : OpManagerProcess                        [ Started ]
Process : RunJSPModule                            [ Started ]
Process : MServerFE                               [ Started ]
Process : AuthorizationManagerFE                  [ Started ]
Process : SAServerFE&                             [ Started ]
Process : AuthenticationManagerFE                 [ Started ]
Process : StartTelnetClientFE                     [ Started ]
Process : NmsMainFE                               [ Started ]
Process : PolicyFE                                [ Started ]
Process : NmsSAServerFE                           [ Started ]
Process : EventFE                                 [ Started ]
Process : ExampleFE                               [ Started ]
Process : AlertFE                                 [ Started ]
Process : PollFE                                  [ Started ]
Process : UserConfigProcessFE                     [ Started ]
Process : MapFE                                   [ Started ]
Process : TopoFE                                  [ Started ]


Verifying connection with web server ... verified

OpManager modules started successfully

Please connect your client to the web server on port: 9090 as http://localhost:9090

 

Perfect !!! 😀

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Kalvin
12 years ago

Hi,

Just came through this site, thanks for your post. It is really informative. Did you try our latest Edition of OpManager v8? Check it out at <a href=\"www.opmanager.com\" title=\"www.opmanager.com\">

We have added:

# Syslog Monitoring.
# Network Configuration Management (NCM Plug-in)
# Customizable dashboards.
# Plasma TV/CCTV View
# List view or Bulk configuration view
# Real time graphs for performance Monitors (CPU, Memory, Disk & etc.)/ Traffic and Bandwidth Utilization
# More Device Tools (RDP, Telnet apart from Weblinks, Trace Route, Ping and etc)
# Process Monitoring Template
# Superior Interface Snapshot page
# Enhanced Reports
# Failover Support & much more…

Thanks again,
Kalvin
Team OpManager