MySQL Agent Installation on VM

Last post 07-17-2020, 10:10 AM by Sudheer. 4 replies.
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  • MySQL Agent Installation on VM
    Posted: 07-16-2020, 1:11 PM

    Documenation is sending me circles; I'm trying to install mysql agent on a vm. I only have a sudo user account and the gui install seems to want a root user

    Cmd line installation documenation is not helping me at all :(.

    Can anyone help with installing on the VM from cmd line using a downloaded MySQL package?

  • Re: MySQL Agent Installation on VM
    Posted: 07-17-2020, 7:58 AM

    Provide sudo user name and password fron GUI, install should work. 

    If you want to do interactive install, from sudo user run sudo su comamnd and then run cvpkagadd command. 

     

    Example. 

    [sudheer@mysql7 ~]$ sudo su
    [sudo] password for sudheer:
    [root@mysql7 sudheer]# cd /recuts/11.0.0/BUILD80/SP20DVD/Unix
    [root@mysql7 Unix]# ./cvpkgadd
  • Re: MySQL Agent Installation on VM
    Posted: 07-17-2020, 7:59 AM

    Provide sudo user name and password fron GUI, install should work. 

    If you want to do interactive install, from sudo user run sudo su comamnd and then run cvpkagadd command. 

     

    Example. 

    [sudheer@mysql7 ~]$ sudo su
    [sudo] password for sudheer:
    [root@mysql7 sudheer]# cd /recuts/11.0.0/BUILD80/SP20DVD/Unix
    [root@mysql7 Unix]# ./cvpkgadd
  • Re: MySQL Agent Installation on VM
    Posted: 07-17-2020, 8:36 AM

    Forgive me but I've never done linux installs.

     

    There is no cvpkgadd directory.

    I'm downloading a custom media package for Linux from the clould site right now.

  • Re: MySQL Agent Installation on VM
    Posted: 07-17-2020, 10:10 AM
    cvpkgadd is file not a direcotry, it is file in install media of commvault pkg. 
    run the file using from install media with ./cvpkgadd 
     
     https://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=2009.htm 
    1. Run the following command from the installation package or mount point:

      ./cvpkgadd

      To run the installation as a SUDO user with root privileges, use the following command:

      sudo ./cvpkgadd

    2. On the welcome page, click Next.
    3. On the Install Task page, select Install packages on this machine and then click Next.
    4. Follow the instructions in the installation wizard.

      If you want to install Commvault in decoupled mode, where the client does not establish connections with the CommServe computer, complete the following steps:

      1. When you reach the CommServe Host Name page, do not specify the host name, and then click Next.
      2. On the Decoupled Install page, select Yes and then click Next.
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