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Unix Platforms

On Linux, HP-UX, Solaris, and AIX, the Management Agent package creates the following directories when installed:

/opt/ssh-mgmt/agent/sbin/
/etc/opt/ssh-mgmt/agent
/var/opt/ssh-mgmt/agent

The location of the Management Agent startup scripts varies depending on the platform:

  • On Linux and Solaris, the directory is /etc/init.d.

  • On AIX, the directory is /etc/opt/ssh-mgmt/agent.

  • On HP-UX, the directory is /sbin/init.d.

All files are owned by root, but readable and executable by all users.

Configuration Files

The Management Agent looks for the Initial Configuration Block (ICB) file at:

/var/opt/ssh-mgmt/agent/icb.dat

The ICB file is needed to connect to the Management Server for the first time. After the first connection, the file /var/opt/ssh-mgmt/agent/router.dat is created. The file is protected and should only be accessible by root.


 

 
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