This guide will outline the basic functionality of the Stackstate Agent. Navigate to https://dl.bintray.com/stackstate-agent/stackstate-agent-yum-repo/ and select the required version. To install the agent follow the following commands
wget 'https://dl.bintray.com/stackstate-agent/stackstate-agent-yum-repo/<stackstate-agent>.rpm' rpm -i <stackstate-agent>.rpm cp /etc/sts-agent/stackstate.conf.example /etc/sts-agent/stackstate.conf
Open the configuration file:
dd_url to the
<stackstate_hostname> is the hostname of the StackState server. Uncomment (by removing
use_curl_http_client and change its value to
After starting the agent, open StackState via the browser on
http://<stackstate-hostname>:7070 and click on the
Discovered view. By default, the
Discovered view shows the components discovered by the installed agents. More information about StackState’s concepts can be found here.
To manually start the Agent:
sudo /etc/init.d/stackstate-agent start
To stop the Agent:
sudo /etc/init.d/stackstate-agent stop
To restart the Agent and to reload the configuration files:
sudo /etc/init.d/stackstate-agent restart
To check if the Agent is running:
sudo /etc/init.d/stackstate-agent status
To receive information about the Agent’s state:
sudo /etc/init.d/stackstate-agent info
Tracebacks for errors can be retrieved by setting the -v flag:
sudo /etc/init.d/stackstate-agent info -v
The configuration file for the Agent is located at
Configuration files for integrations are located in
Try running the info command to see the state of the Agent.
Logs for the subsystems are in the following files:
The process to upgrade from the previous version of the agent is to simply re-run the installation.
If you’re still having trouble, our support team will be glad to provide further assistance. You can contact them in one of the following ways:
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