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The Linux Agent on the servers has the capability to detect various events. Due to the nature of the agent and complexity of what needs to be seen from the server is crucial. The Linux Agent gives us the scope in the following:
Server requirement (min: 6GB memory, 4 cores CPU)
Agent will limit itself to run less than 5% of memory and CPU usage
For smaller installation, you can use the following steps to install. For large scale installation, puppet installation may be the way to go.
Agent Sensor - Ubuntu/CentOS/RedHat/Debian Deployment
For Debian 9 or Ubuntu 18.04/16.04/14.04 environments, execute the following:
curl -k -u AellaMeta:WroTQfm/W6x10 -o ds_ubuntu_install.sh https://acps.stellarcyber.ai/release/4.3.1/datasensor/ds_ubuntu_install.sh --fail
For CentOS 6.1/6.5/6.7/6.9/7.x/Redhat 6.7 environment, execute the following:
For RedHat 7.x local environment, execute the following:
# please make sure you have previously subscribed to redhat subscription service
subscription-manager register --username xxxxx --password xxxxx --auto-attach
subscription-manager repos --enable rhel-7-server-extras-rpms
curl -k -u AellaMeta:WroTQfm/W6x10 -o
ds_centos_install.sh https://acps.stellarcyber.ai/release/4.3.1/datasensor/ds_centos_install.sh --fail
sudo bash ds_centos_install.sh --version 3.4.2
Step 1: Download the linux agent based on the type of Operating System
Step 2: Type ‘aella_cli’ to launch the page of the Data Sensor.
Step 3: Enter the following command in the command prompt window: "set tenant_id tenantname/tenant id" Example: set tenant_id CyFlare/58029192. Your Customer Success Manager can send you your Tenant Name and Tenant ID if you did not receive it within your welcome email.
Step 4: Enter the following command: "set cm 18.104.22.168"
Step 5: Enter the following command to see the version “show version”
Step 6: Enter the following command to see the connection was established with the CM “show cm”
Step 7: Let your Customer Success Manager or email@example.com know that you have deployed the agent. The SOC will need to authorize each linux server before log events are ingested.