FortiSIEM Hypervisor Installations for Report Server

Hypervisor Installations for Report Server

These topics cover the installation of Report Server in various hypervisor enviroments.

Installing and Registering AccelOps Report Server in Amazon Web Services

Installing and Registering AccelOps Report Server in KVM

Installing and Registering AccelOps Report Server in Microsoft Hyper-V Installing and Registering AccelOps Report Server in VMware ESX

Installing and Registering AccelOps Report Server in Amazon Web Services

Follow the instructions for setting up an AccelOps virtual appliance as described in Setting Up Supervisor, Worker and Collector Nodes in AWS, and then register the Report Server to the Supervisor as described in Installing and Registering AccelOps Report Server in VMware ESX.

Turn on archive mode for Report server CMDB replication

  1. Mount a NFS shared directory on both Super and report server and make sure that this mount can survive system reboot. For example:

/data/replication/archive

  1. Make this shared directory own by postgres.postgres
  2. On Super, edit postgresql.conf under /cmdb/data to turn on archive mode by uncommenting (removing # in the first column) the following lines and make sure archive_command points to the correct directory which is created in step 1
  3. On Report Server, edit /cmdb/data/recovery.conf and uncomment the following lines and make sure restore_command and archive_cleanup_command are pointing to the directory created in step 1:
  4. On Super, restart postgresql DB ‘service postgresql-9.1 restart’
  5. On Super, restart App Server (Glassfish)
  6. On Report Server, restart postgresql DB ‘service postgresql-9.1 restart’

Registering Report Server

  1. In the Admin tab, select License Management.
  2. Under Report Server Information, click Add.
  3. Enter the Report Server IP Address, and the Database Username and Password you want to use to administer Report Server.

These are also the credentials that you will use when you set up the Visual Analytics Server to read data from Report Server.

  1. Click Run in Background if you want Report Server registration to run in the background for larger installations.

When CMDB size is under 1GB, registration takes approximately 3 minutes to complete.

  1. When registration completes, click OK in the confirmation dialog.
  2. Under the Admin tab, select Cloud Health and make sure Report Server is up and running.

Installing and Registering AccelOps Report Server in KVM

Follow the instructions for installing an AccelOps virtual appliance as described in Importing a Supervisor, Collector, or Worker Image into KVM, and then register the Report Server with the Supervisor as described in Installing and Registering a Report Server Node in ESX.

Turn on archive mode for Report server CMDB replication

  1. Mount a NFS shared directory on both Super and report server and make sure that this mount can survive system reboot. For example:

/data/replication/archive

  1. Make this shared directory own by postgres.postgres
  2. On Super, edit postgresql.conf under /cmdb/data to turn on archive mode by uncommenting (removing # in the first column) the following lines and make sure archive_command points to the correct directory which is created in step 1
  3. On Report Server, edit /cmdb/data/recovery.conf and uncomment the following lines and make sure restore_command and archive_cleanup_command are pointing to the directory created in step 1:
  4. On Super, restart postgresql DB ‘service postgresql-9.1 restart’
  5. On Super, restart App Server (Glassfish)
  6. On Report Server, restart postgresql DB ‘service postgresql-9.1 restart’

Registering Report Server

  1. In the Admin tab, select License Management.
  2. Under Report Server Information, click Add.
  3. Enter the Report Server IP Address, and the Database Username and Password you want to use to administer Report Server.

These are also the credentials that you will use when you set up the Visual Analytics Server to read data from Report Server.

  1. Click Run in Background if you want Report Server registration to run in the background for larger installations.

When CMDB size is under 1GB, registration takes approximately 3 minutes to complete.

  1. When registration completes, click OK in the confirmation dialog.
  2. Under the Admin tab, select Cloud Health and make sure Report Server is up and running.

Installing and Registering AccelOps Report Server in Microsoft Hyper-V

Follow the virtual appliance installing instructions in Installing in Microsoft Hyper-V, and then register the Report Server node with the Supervisor as described in Installing and Registering AccelOps Report Server in VMware ESX.

Turn on archive mode for Report server CMDB replication

  1. Mount a NFS shared directory on both Super and report server and make sure that this mount can survive system reboot. For example:

/data/replication/archive

  1. Make this shared directory own by postgres.postgres
  2. On Super, edit postgresql.conf under /cmdb/data to turn on archive mode by uncommenting (removing # in the first column) the following lines and make sure archive_command points to the correct directory which is created in step 1
  3. On Report Server, edit /cmdb/data/recovery.conf and uncomment the following lines and make sure restore_command and archive_cleanup_command are pointing to the directory created in step 1:
  4. On Super, restart postgresql DB ‘service postgresql-9.1 restart’
  5. On Super, restart App Server (Glassfish)
  6. On Report Server, restart postgresql DB ‘service postgresql-9.1 restart’

Registering Report Server

  1. In the Admin tab, select License Management.
  2. Under Report Server Information, click Add.
  3. Enter the Report Server IP Address, and the Database Username and Password you want to use to administer Report Server.

These are also the credentials that you will use when you set up the Visual Analytics Server to read data from Report Server.

  1. Click Run in Background if you want Report Server registration to run in the background for larger installations.

When CMDB size is under 1GB, registration takes approximately 3 minutes to complete.

  1. When registration completes, click OK in the confirmation dialog.
  2. Under the Admin tab, select Cloud Health and make sure Report Server is up and running.

Installing and Registering AccelOps Report Server in VMware ESX

These instructions are for installing Report Server on VMWare ESX, and assume that you have already installed and configured an AccelOps environment. For instructions for a complete AccelOps install, see the topics under Installation.

Installing Report Server

Follow the instructions for installing an AccelOps virtual appliance as described in the topics under Installing a Supervisor, Worker, or Collector Node in ESX and in Configuring the Supervisor, Worker, or Collector from the VM Console.

Turn on archive mode for Report server CMDB replication

  1. Mount a NFS shared directory on both Super and report server and make sure that this mount can survive system reboot. For example:

/data/replication/archive

  1. Make this shared directory own by postgres.postgres
  2. On Super, edit postgresql.conf under /cmdb/data to turn on archive mode by uncommenting (removing # in the first column) the following lines and make sure archive_command points to the correct directory which is created in step 1
  3. On Report Server, edit /cmdb/data/recovery.conf and uncomment the following lines and make sure restore_command and archive_cleanup_command are pointing to the directory created in step 1:
  4. On Super, restart postgresql DB ‘service postgresql-9.1 restart’
  5. On Super, restart App Server (Glassfish)
  6. On Report Server, restart postgresql DB ‘service postgresql-9.1 restart’

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