You can use this procedure to install the Presentation Server with the installation wizard, or you can perform a silent installation.
The following topics are included:
Complete the following items:
On Linux computers, you can install the Presentation Server only as a non-root user. However, you must provide certain permissions to the nonroot user as a root user. To provide these permissions, perform the following steps:
Provide ownership rights to the nonroot user for all the installation files by running the following command:
nonrootuser is the name of the nonroot user
installationDirectoryFolderName is the name of the folder that contains all the installation files.
chown -R nonroot /Linux/Disk1
Provide ownership rights to the nonroot user for the destination directory and temporary directory by running the following command:
Apply executable rights to the installation files by running the following command:
chmod -R 755 /Linux/Disk1
On the system where you want to install the Presentation Server, complete the following procedure:
Navigate to Windows\Disk1 and double-click setup.exe.
As a nonroot user, navigate to Linux/Disk1 and run ./setup.bin.
Ensure that you have set the DISPLAY environment variable.
On the Directory Selection page, the system displays the available space on the current drive and the amount of space required. The Destination Directory box displays the default path for the installation directory.
Retain the default directory or click Browse to select a directory, and click Next.
Ensure that the path for the installation directory does not exceed 125 characters, and the directory is empty.
Default directory: \BMC Software\TrueSightPServer
Default directory: /opt/bmc/TrueSightPServer
On Linux computers, BMC recommends using the default installation directory to avoid issues related to permissions and access.
On the TrueSight Presentation Server High Availability page, select Enabled to enter the required details; otherwise, select Disabled and click Next.
(Optional) If you enabled the High Availability option, you must also select to use the Primary Server or upload a configuration for the Secondary Server. Then, Click Next.
If you do not use the default High Availability port numbers, only use port numbers between 1024 and 65535.
|Server Pair Name|
Elasticsearch cluster name for one node (server), or more nodes, that holds all of the data, and provides federated indexing and search capabilities across all nodes.
The default value for the cluster name is "truesight". You can change this name to reflect the logical group name of the cluster.
|Cache Replication Port||Port number for the primary server cache replication. The default port is 7800.|
|Control Port||Port number for the primary server control. The default port is 8800.|
|Secondary Server FQDN|
Fully Qualified Domain Name for the secondary server host. The Secondary Server maintains a constantly updated cache memory of the Presentation Server activity.
|Secondary Server Database Port|
Port number for the secondary server database port. The default port is 5432.
Ensure that you use the same database port number for both the primary and secondary servers.
|Secondary Cache Replication Port||Port number for the secondary server cache replication. The default port is 7800.|
|Secondary Control Port||Port number for the secondary server control. The default port is 8800.|
|High Availability Configuration File||Path to upload the HA configuration file. The ha-shared.conf file is generated in the <Primary Server installation directory>\truesightpserver\conf directory. Copy this file from the primary server host to the secondary server host. Enter or browse to the file path.|
Any event raised in the Presentation Server is set in the Primary Server. The Secondary Server maintains a constantly updated cache memory of the Presentation Server activity.
On the TrueSight Presentation Server Port Settings page, use the default settings for the Tomcat Apache Server, Elasticsearch, and Event Ingress ports and then click Next.
You can enter different port settings, but confirm that the new ports are available.
On the database installation credentials page, enter a unique name for the user and set a password for the PostgreSQL database, and then click Next. Installer creates a new database user using this username and password.
On the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On (SSO) Server Settings page, enter the following details for the Atrium Single Sign-On server and then click Next.
Review the installation details.
If the details are correct, click Install.
(Optional) On the Installation Summary page, you can click View Log to view the, or go to
Default directory: \Temp\truesightpserver_install_log.txt
Default directory: /tmp/truesightpserver_install_log.txt.
Click Done to exit the installation wizard.
If the installation fails, you must uninstall what has already been installed before rerunning the installation wizard. For more information about the uninstallation process, see.
Perform the following tasks after installing the Presentation Server:
./tssh service register <nonroot user name>
service BMCTSPSSvc status
Role-based user access to the features and components that compose BMC TrueSight Operations Management is enabled by persona-based authorization profiles. Each authorization profile is associated with one or more BMC Atrium Single Sign-On (SSO) Server realms and comprises user groups, roles and permissions, and objects. These authorization profiles determine the features and objects that users can access and monitor. You can . If necessary, you can also create authorization profiles.