Step 1 - Download & unzip ubiq agent




Click to Download

After unzipping the file, click Next

Click to Download

Double click downloaded file to unzip. After unzipping file, click Next


Open Shell(Terminal). Type the following & press enter.

For rpm based systems - Red Hat, SUSE, Fedora, CentOS, etc

					yum install sudo (if sudo command is not present)
					sudo curl -O http://ubiq.co/static/ubiq_linux_rpm.tar.gz
					sudo tar -pzxf ubiq_linux_rpm.tar.gz
					cd ubiq_linux_rpm
					sudo chmod +x manage.sh
					

For debian based systems - Ubuntu, Debian, etc

					apt-get install sudo (if sudo command is not present)
					sudo curl -O http://ubiq.co/static/ubiq_linux_deb.tar.gz
					sudo tar -pzxf ubiq_linux_deb.tar.gz
					cd ubiq_linux_deb
					sudo chmod +x manage.sh
					

After executing these commands, click Next

Step 2 - Setup ubiq agent


1

Open unzipped folder(ubiq_mac) and double click on Ubiq_App. Click open to run Ubiq_App. Enter your Mac account/admin password if asked.

2

Next, add user details for at least one of your databases for ubiq agent. When you save the details, ubiq agent will be started automatically as shown.

1

Open shell. Navigate to the unzipped folder(e.g ubiq_linux). Type the following & press enter

./manage.sh
2

Next, add user details for at least one of your databases for ubiq agent. When you save the details, ubiq agent will be started automatically in background.

Open the unzipped folder(ubiq_windows) and double click on Manage_ubiq. Next, add user details for at least one of your databases for ubiq agent and click Save. Ubiq agent will be started automatically in background.

Do not use database admin username/passwords. Use a read only user credentials. Here's how you can create one.


Step 3 - Update IP


Go to Home > Settings. Update the IP to 127.0.0.1 if not done already. If you download the client to a remote server, then enter its IP. Ubiq agent listens on port 39393. If you have downloaded the client to a machine other than your local desktop/laptop then add an inbound rule for port 39393 in your firewall.



Step 4 - Test setup


Go to Home > Settings. Click on Test Setup button (shown above) to test it. You should see a popup saying setup successful.