Configure and Run the Infrastructure Agent

The Infrastructure Agent is a standalone Java process that collects and transmits data from the Probe Agent to the Enterprise Manager. The Infrastructure Agent installation includes and uses a local installation of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).
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The Infrastructure Agent is a standalone Java process that collects and transmits data from the Probe Agent to the Enterprise Manager. The Infrastructure Agent installation includes and uses a local installation of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).
Follow these steps:
  1. Configure the Infrastructure Agent to allow remote connections.
    1. Navigate to the 
      <apmia>/Infrastructure_Agent-<version>/core/config
       directory. 
    2. Open the 
      IntroscopeAgent.profile
       in a text editor.
    3. Configure agentManager.url.1=<URL>
    4. Save and close the file.
  2. Start the Infrastructure Agent using the
     
    <PHP_Agent_Home>
    /apmia/apmia-ca-installer.sh
     script as follows.
    ./apmia-ca-installer.sh install
    The Infrastructure Agent logs to the 
    <PHP_Agent_Home>
    /apmia\logs
     directory.
    The Enterprise Manager log reports on the Infrastructure Agent connection.
    On UNIX systems, the Infrastructure Agent can be installed as root, super user or as a normal user. The installation script generates an entry in the crontab of the user that runs the script. Before you execute the script, ensure that the user has appropriate crontab permissions. See your operating system's documentation to find out how to set crontab permissions.
  3. To determine the status of the Infrastructure Agent, use the
    status
    command.
    ./apmia-ca-installer.sh status
  4. To stop the Infrastructure Agent, use the
    stop
    command.
    ./apmia-ca-installer.sh stop
  5. Restart the web server after you start the Infrastructure Agent.
    The monitored PHP application is instrumented, and the PHP Agent collects metrics.
Next Steps:
 Verify Installation