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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

Step 8: Installing Foglight

Step 8: Installing Foglight

Foglight installs files into the specified directory.

Step 9: Foglight administrator password

Step 9: Foglight administrator password
1
In the Foglight Administrator Password box, accept the default password (foglight) or type an alternate one.
2
In the Retype Administrator Password box, accept the default (foglight) or, if you have provided an alternate password in step 1, retype the password for verification.
3
Optional — To run Foglight in secure mode (HTTPS) only, select the Secure Server (HTTPS Only) check box.
4
Click Next.

Step 10: Foglight mode

Step 10: Foglight mode
2
Click Next.

Step 11: Foglight repository database type

Step 11: Foglight repository database type

This step allows you to select the Foglight database type. At the completion of this step, the installer creates the user (foglight is the default user ID) in the database and sets the appropriate permissions.

Select Use an Embedded PostgreSQL database and then click Next. See the following section for instructions.
2
In the Repository Administrator Password box, accept the default password provided (foglight) or type an alternate one. The Management Server uses the administrator account credentials to create the PostgreSQL® database.
3
In the Retype Password box, accept the default (foglight) or, if you have provided an alternate password, re-type the password for verification.
4
In the User Name box, accept the default user ID (foglight) or type an alternate one. The Management Server uses this account to connect to the database.
5
In the User Account Password box, accept the default password (foglight) or type an alternate one. The Management Server uses this password to connect to the database.
6
In the User Account Retype Password box, accept the default (foglight) or, if you have provided an alternate password in step 5, retype the password for verification.
7
Click Next.
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