Is it not a regular Agents (and all Unix based OS, without web server agents) installation?
I am already having 2 apps(2 java agents)running on one server but One Agent was not installed previously.
There's no need to have separate java agent file directories, but there's also nothing wrong with doing that. If you have seperate Java agent file directories, simply point each JVM agent parameter to a different directory for the .so file. There is nothing that will collide between the multiple agents in this situation.
The configuration string for the Java Agent is very similar for all platforms using Java, but there are some differences where and in what dialog box or file to place it.
For Linux, to instrument a Java application with a default installation of AppMon, all on one machine and all 64-bit, and the Agent mapping into the e.g. mySystemProfile, add the following:
For Windows, add the following:
`-agentpath:C:\Program Files\dynaTrace\dynaTrace 7.0\agent\lib64\dtagent.dll=name=Java_mySystemProfile,collector=localhost`
Have a look on the following documentation link for more understanding.