Downloading Onepoint

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You have some options for downloading Onepoint Systems Integration.

Minimum Requirements for Onepoint

Before installing onepoint, you should verify the following requirements for a production or stress-test environment:

Minimum Hardware Requirements (Physical or Virtual)

  • CPU: At least 4 CPUs
  • RAM: At least 1GB per logical CPU recommended
  • Disk: At least 100 GB free on the installation/data partition.

Minimum Software Requirements

  • OS: Red Hat 7 or CentOS 7
  • Database: MariaDB 10 or later OR MySQL 8 or later
  • PHP: v7.0 or later with the following extensions:
    • php-bz2
    • php-curl
    • php-gd
    • php-gmp
    • php-imap
    • php-mbstring
    • php-mcrypt
    • php-soap
    • php-mysqlnd
    • php-xml
    • php-zip
    • php-json
  • Python: v2.7 with the following packages:
    • pip
    • python-ldap
    • paramiko
  • Runtime Libraries:
    • curl
    • curlpp
    • libssh
    • json-c
    • json-cpp
  • Other tools:
    • psutils
    • psmisc
    • telnet (Client)
    • SSH Server
    • SSH Client

Minimum Network Requirements

  • Outbound ports: Onepoint machine needs to access the managed assets in their respective protocols:
    • LDAP / Active Directory: 389/tcp, 636/tcp; privileged account for the instance
    • Windows Servers: 135/tcp, 445/tcp; privileged local or domain account for the machines
    • Linux Servers: 22/tcp; privileged account for the machine
    • MySQL/MariaDB: 3306/tcp; privileged account for the instance
    • PostgreSQL: 5432: privileged account for the instance

Licensing considerations

After registering on our website (http://onepoint.net.br), you will until 24 hours receive a license file with instructions on how to install. For using and updating the product, and having access to its features, you will need to install this license.

Package Repository

Download / Installation

Fedora 24/25/26/27/28

Install the repository for your operating system version below. After this, install the onepoint package, through dnf:

 ]# dnf install http://repo.onepoint.net.br/yum/fedora/repo/onepoint-repo-0.1-1fedora.noarch.rpm
 ]# dnf install onepoint

Links

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

Install the repository for your operating system version below. After this, install the onepoint package, through yum:

 ]# yum install http://repo.onepoint.net.br/yum/rhel/repo/onepoint-repo-0.1-1rhel.noarch.rpm
 ]# yum install onepoint

Links

CentOS 7

Install the repository for your operating system version below. After this, install the onepoint package, through yum:

 ]# yum install http://repo.onepoint.net.br/yum/centos/repo/onepoint-repo-0.1-1centos.noarch.rpm
 ]# yum install onepoint
 Tip: You shall make sure TCP/IP (bind-address) access is enabled for MariaDB / MySQL.

Links

Suse Linux

 (SOON)

Ubuntu

 (SOON)

Debian

 (SOON)

Configuration

Publishing Onepoint Web files

 Some options are available for the way you want to publish Onepoint. For e.g., you may need to install it on the root of the server, or inside a VirtualHost / Virtual Directory. Please, follow the instructions on Publishing Onepoint to check some options and guidelindes to do it correctly.

Initializing Database

 (SOON)

Configuring Daemon Start-up

 (SOON)

Virtual Appliance (large OVA)

Virtual Appliance in OVF format To get this file, please contact our team;

Installation Script

 (SOON)