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Foglight 5.9.5 - Installing Foglight on Windows with an Embedded PostgreSQL Database

Before Installing Foglight Installing Foglight
Preparing to install Installing a new version of the Management Server Installed directories Foglight settings Uninstalling Foglight Upgrading the Management Server
Running the Management Server Installing and Upgrading Cartridges Installing Agents Appendix: Switching from an Embedded to an External Database

Using the embedded database

Foglight offers the option to use PostgreSQL® (version 9.4.5) as an embedded database. The lifecycle of the embedded database matches that of the Management Server. If the Management Server is stopped or started, the embedded database is automatically stopped or started.

For instructions to migrate from using an embedded PostgreSQL® database with the Management Server to using an external PostgreSQL database, see Appendix: Switching from an Embedded to an External Database.

Licensing

This section provides information about licensing for Foglight.

IMPORTANT: See the Administration and Configuration Guide for information about license requirements, managing licenses, and the different categories of cartridges (based on their license requirements).

You can install a license file during installation if you perform a Custom Install. See Step 13: Add Foglight license file in Installing a new version of the Management Server.

You can also import a license after installing Foglight. There are three ways of providing a license file to the Management Server after installation.

Move an existing license file into the <foglight_home>\license folder.
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Ensure that JAVA_HOME is set.
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If you have not already done so, extract the file fglcmd.zip in <foglight_home>\tools.
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Upload a license by navigating to <foglight_home>\tools and entering the following command:
The preceding command assumes that you are using the default port 8080 and localhost. If you are not running with these default values, use the following options to indicate server and port:
NOTE: See the Command-Line Reference Guide for information about running the fglcmd utility and the options that can be used with fglcmd, including additional license-management commands.

Installation modes

The default mode for the installer is the graphical user interface mode. However, in cases where a graphics display is not available, the Foglight installer can be started in command-line mode by using the console mode or silent mode.

Console mode

In console mode, the install instructions are in text format, but otherwise are the same as the graphical user interface install.

To execute the console mode, type the following command:

Foglight_Evolve-x_x_x-install_windows-x86_64.exe -i console

 

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