By default this version downloads and installs Rapid Recovery Linux Agent: 220.127.116.11
1. Download the RapidRecovery Install Tool on your Linux machine.
2. There are several ways you can run the script:
a.) If you want to install the Rapid Recovery agent but do not want to configure the agent. (You will need to configure the agent manually)
Example: bash rr_install_utility.sh --install-only
b.) Install and configure the Rapid Recovery agent. Note: You should reboot after this is finished.
Example: bash rr_install_utility.sh-u 'backup' -p 8006 -f ufw
-You need a working internet connection on the Linux agent, for this script to work. If you do not have a active internet connection, then you will need to use the offline Linux install process, from the Install and Upgrade Guide.
-This script automatically removes AppAssure but it also creates a backup of the AgentID so that when you upgrade your core, it should still be connected to the old recovery points in the Core Console.
-Another feature of this script is that you can optionally use it to remove Rapid Recovery completely but still keep a backup of the agentID. Also, this script has the ability to install the Rapid Recovery agent even if AppAssure is not already installed.
-f, --firewall Select how you would like to configure the firwall. [REQUIRES: -p and -u]
-l, --list-fw List firewall options to use with the (-f) switch.
-p, --port Port you would like to configure. Default is 8006. [REQUIRES: -f and -u]
-u, --user User account that you would like to configure to protect the agent. 'root' is NOT allowed. [REQUIRES: -f and -p]
-v, --version Version of the agent you wish to install. See list of agents by using the '--list-version' command.
--list-version List Rapid Recovery release versions available to use with the '-v' option.
--hotfix Installs Rapid Recovery hotfix builds. You must supply the full version number Eg. 18.104.22.168
--install-only Only installs the Rapid Recovery agent but does not configure it.
--remove-rapidrecovery Completely removes the Rapid Recovery Agent. AgentID is backed up.
-h, --help This help menu
This command installs the Rapid Recovery Agent and configures it to use the ufw(Ubuntu Firewall) firewall with port 8006 and the user account 'backup'.
bash rr_install_utility.sh-f ufw -p 8006 -u 'backup'
This command installs the Rapid Recovery Agent but does NOT configure it. You will manually need to run 'rapidrecovery-config' or run this script again with config options set.
bash rr_install_utility.sh --install-only
This command installs the Rapid Recovery Agent, release version 6.0.1, in case you need to install an older version. (Note: Downgrade does not work. If you already have a higher version agent installed, you will need to uninstall it first, either manually or with this script using the --remove-rapidrecovery switch. Upgrading the agent or fresh installs, however, should work.)
bash rr_instal_utility.sh --install-only -v 6.0.1
Install agent hotfix 22.214.171.124. Does not configure the agent. (This is not a real hotfix build)
bash rr_install_utility.sh--hotfix 126.96.36.199 --install-only
Install agent hotfix 188.8.131.52 and configure the agent.
bash rr_install_utility.sh--hotfix 184.108.40.206 -f lokkit -p 8006 -u 'backup'
List all valid firewall options to use with option (-f).
Completely uninstalls Rapid Recovery but keeps the agentID for backup.