What is opCommon?
opCommon is Space where documentation lives for tasks that are common to several Opmantek software packages.
Before You Install
- Information about the Opmantek Installer
- Packages and Modules Summary
- Product Compatibility
- 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
- Upgrading ABI1 to ABI2
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 VM
- Virtual Appliance Maintenance: Updating Software
- Enabling DNS Server on Opmantek NMIS8 VM