What is opCommon?
opCommon is Space where documentation lives for tasks that are common to several Opmantek software packages.
BEFORE YOU INSTALL
- MongoDB Installation - how to install, upgrade and run MongoDB
- MongoDB Data Migration, Backup and Restore - getting data from one MongoDB server to another
- Getting Started with Opmantek Applications
- Common Node Properties - what opConfig and opEvents (need to) know about a node
- OMK Common Settings to Consider Changing
- How to make configuration changes to opCommon.nmis and other files
- Node Administration with opnode_admin
- OMK Authentication Methods
- Product Compatibility Matrix
- SSO for Opmantek Applications
- Information about how to keep track of your license status
- Configuring Your Server's Timezones
- Migrating NMIS and Modules from CentOS 6 to CentOS 7
- Opmantek API Solutions
- JSON Configuration Files
- Installing NMIS9 Compatible OMK Applications in a Disconnected (Air-Gapped) Environment
The Opmantek VM Appliance
The latest Opmantek Virtual Machine (VM) Appliances are NMIS8 and NMIS9 virtual machine images based on CentOS v7.2003.
They include most of Opmantek's products pre-installed and configured for your convenience.
- Opmantek NMIS8 Virtual Appliance: Release Notes
- Opmantek NMIS9 Virtual Appliance: Release Notes
- Opmantek Virtual Appliance: Installation and Getting Started
- Default Credentials (Passwords) for NMIS8 and NMIS9 VMs'
- Virtual Appliance Maintenance: Updating Software
- Enabling DNS Server on Opmantek NMIS8 VM