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Pre-Flight

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PortProtocolDescription
8080HTTPZenoss Web Interface
514UDPInbound syslog
162UDPInbound SNMP Traps
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Installation

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Zenoss Server

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Note: Zenoss does not like special characters in the MySQL root
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# Install necessary packages; MySQL and net-snmp are required  \nyum -y install mysql-server net-snmp net-snmp-utils gmp libgomp libgcj liberation-fonts  \n  \n# Configure MySQL  \n  \n# Install Zenoss  \nmkdir zenoss.temp; cd zenoss.temp  \nwget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/zenoss/zenoss-3.2.0.el5.i386.rpm\nrpm -ivh zenoss-3.2.0.el5.i386.rpm  \nservice zenoss start\n

This sets up everything. Go get some tea; this shall take a
\nwhile. Then navigate to http://<FQDN>:8080 to finish setup. This
\nbook

\nis your friend, friend.

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Uninstallation

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Navigate to the directory where Zenoss was installed.

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[root@zenoss zenoss]# ./uninstall\n
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Miscellaneous

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\n \n \n \n \n \n\n", "id": "b84e8c38-aab6-5d5a-a840-574fe2ff7e05", "modified": "2023-07-13T15:28:56Z", "revisions": [ { "authorEmail": "mail@nikhil.io", "authorName": "Nikhil Anand", "date": "2023-07-13T15:28:56Z", "id": "b7a2c90d8a5995609fe08839c899436b254807ae", "shortId": "b7a2c90d", "subject": "Notes on Snap", "content": "Pre-Flight\n----------\n\n* SNMP uses **UDP** on port **161**\n* Zenoss provides [a lot of useful\n documentation](http://community.zenoss.org/community/documentation/official_documentation?view=overview).\n* The following ports need to be allowed *to* the **server**:\n\n| Port | Protocol | Description |\n|------|----------|----------------------|\n| 8080 | HTTP | Zenoss Web Interface |\n| 514 | UDP | Inbound syslog |\n| 162 | UDP | Inbound SNMP Traps |\n\nInstallation\n------------\n\n### Zenoss Server\n\n**Note**: Zenoss does *not* like special characters in the MySQL root\npassword.\n\n```bash\n# Install necessary packages; MySQL and net-snmp are required \nyum -y install mysql-server net-snmp net-snmp-utils gmp libgomp libgcj liberation-fonts \n \n# Configure MySQL \n \n# Install Zenoss \nmkdir zenoss.temp; cd zenoss.temp \nwget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/zenoss/zenoss-3.2.0.el5.i386.rpm\nrpm -ivh zenoss-3.2.0.el5.i386.rpm \nservice zenoss start\n```\n\nThis sets up *everything*. Go get some tea; this shall take a\nwhile. Then navigate to `http://:8080` to finish setup. [This\nbook](http://www.amazon.com/Zenoss-Core-Network-System-Monitoring/dp/1849511586)\nis your friend, friend.\n\nUninstallation\n--------------\n\nNavigate to the directory where Zenoss was installed.\n\n [root@zenoss zenoss]# ./uninstall\n\nMiscellaneous\n-------------\n\n* Edit `/opt/zenoss/etc/zope.conf` and edit the `address` under ``.\n* Don't change the default directory (`/usr/local/zenoss`)\n* Changed zSnmpVer to v2c under \"Configuration Properties\" for Device Class\n* Reinstalled Zenoss for HDD monitoring\n* [A most excellent overview of SNMP](http://www.linuxhomenetworking.com/wiki/index.php/Quick_HOWTO_:_Ch22_:_Monitoring_Server_Performance#SNMP_Version_3).\n This is probably all you need to get started.\n* Change admin password like so:\n\n su - zenoss \n /usr/local/zenoss/zenoss/bin/zenpass\n\n* If you have a non-default port, your email alerts will still use the\n default (8080). To change this, edit `$ZENHOME/etc/zenactions.conf`,\n add a line like so, and restart Zenoss\n\n zopeurl      http://servername.tld:9090\n\n" }, { "authorEmail": "nikhilanand@granular.ag", "authorName": "Nikhil Anand", "date": "2021-06-04T03:52:15Z", "id": "a0b139bf48db210c78d3aa8551d47212ca06c6ed", "shortId": "a0b139bf", "subject": "Reorg 2\n", "content": "Pre-Flight\n----------\n\n* SNMP uses **UDP** on port **161**\n* Zenoss provides [a lot of useful\n documentation](http://community.zenoss.org/community/documentation/official_documentation?view=overview).\n* The following ports need to be allowed *to* the **server**:\n\n| Port | Protocol | Description |\n|------|----------|----------------------|\n| 8080 | HTTP | Zenoss Web Interface |\n| 514 | UDP | Inbound syslog |\n| 162 | UDP | Inbound SNMP Traps |\n\nInstallation\n------------\n\n### Zenoss Server\n\n**Note**: Zenoss does *not* like special characters in the MySQL root\npassword.\n\n```bash\n# Install necessary packages; MySQL and net-snmp are required \nyum -y install mysql-server net-snmp net-snmp-utils gmp libgomp libgcj liberation-fonts \n \n# Configure MySQL \n \n# Install Zenoss \nmkdir zenoss.temp; cd zenoss.temp \nwget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/zenoss/zenoss-3.2.0.el5.i386.rpm\nrpm -ivh zenoss-3.2.0.el5.i386.rpm \nservice zenoss start\n```\n\nThis sets up *everything*. Go get some tea; this shall take a\nwhile. Then navigate to `http://:8080` to finish setup. [This\nbook](http://www.amazon.com/Zenoss-Core-Network-System-Monitoring/dp/1849511586)\nis your friend, friend.\n\nUninstallation\n--------------\n\nNavigate to the directory where Zenoss was installed.\n\n [root@zenoss zenoss]# ./uninstall\n\nMiscellaneous\n-------------\n\n* Edit `/opt/zenoss/etc/zope.conf` and edit the `address` under ``.\n* Don't change the default directory (`/usr/local/zenoss`)\n* Changed zSnmpVer to v2c under \"Configuration Properties\" for Device Class\n* Reinstalled Zenoss for HDD monitoring\n* [A most excellent overview of SNMP](http://www.linuxhomenetworking.com/wiki/index.php/Quick_HOWTO_:_Ch22_:_Monitoring_Server_Performance#SNMP_Version_3).\n This is probably all you need to get started.\n* Change admin password like so:\n\n su - zenoss \n /usr/local/zenoss/zenoss/bin/zenpass\n\n* If you have a non-default port, your email alerts will still use the\n default (8080). To change this, edit `$ZENHOME/etc/zenactions.conf`,\n add a line like so, and restart Zenoss\n\n zopeurl      http://servername.tld:9090\n\n" } ], "sizeInBytes": 2237, "source": "Pre-Flight\n----------\n\n* SNMP uses **UDP** on port **161**\n* Zenoss provides [a lot of useful\n documentation](http://community.zenoss.org/community/documentation/official_documentation?view=overview).\n* The following ports need to be allowed *to* the **server**:\n\n| Port | Protocol | Description |\n|------|----------|----------------------|\n| 8080 | HTTP | Zenoss Web Interface |\n| 514 | UDP | Inbound syslog |\n| 162 | UDP | Inbound SNMP Traps |\n\nInstallation\n------------\n\n### Zenoss Server\n\n**Note**: Zenoss does *not* like special characters in the MySQL root\npassword.\n\n```bash\n# Install necessary packages; MySQL and net-snmp are required \nyum -y install mysql-server net-snmp net-snmp-utils gmp libgomp libgcj liberation-fonts \n \n# Configure MySQL \n \n# Install Zenoss \nmkdir zenoss.temp; cd zenoss.temp \nwget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/zenoss/zenoss-3.2.0.el5.i386.rpm\nrpm -ivh zenoss-3.2.0.el5.i386.rpm \nservice zenoss start\n```\n\nThis sets up *everything*. Go get some tea; this shall take a\nwhile. Then navigate to `http://:8080` to finish setup. [This\nbook](http://www.amazon.com/Zenoss-Core-Network-System-Monitoring/dp/1849511586)\nis your friend, friend.\n\nUninstallation\n--------------\n\nNavigate to the directory where Zenoss was installed.\n\n [root@zenoss zenoss]# ./uninstall\n\nMiscellaneous\n-------------\n\n* Edit `/opt/zenoss/etc/zope.conf` and edit the `address` under ``.\n* Don't change the default directory (`/usr/local/zenoss`)\n* Changed zSnmpVer to v2c under \"Configuration Properties\" for Device Class\n* Reinstalled Zenoss for HDD monitoring\n* [A most excellent overview of SNMP](http://www.linuxhomenetworking.com/wiki/index.php/Quick_HOWTO_:_Ch22_:_Monitoring_Server_Performance#SNMP_Version_3).\n This is probably all you need to get started.\n* Change admin password like so:\n\n su - zenoss \n /usr/local/zenoss/zenoss/bin/zenpass\n\n* If you have a non-default port, your email alerts will still use the\n default (8080). To change this, edit `$ZENHOME/etc/zenactions.conf`,\n add a line like so, and restart Zenoss\n\n zopeurl      http://servername.tld:9090\n\n", "title": "Zenoss Notes", "untracked": false, "uri": "/Ancient_Sysadmin_Stuff/Zenoss_Notes", "relativePath": "Ancient Sysadmin Stuff/Zenoss Notes.md" }