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How can we install Dynatrace Managed while bypassing connection to Mission Control

hmor3
Inactive

Hi Guys,

For DT Manage Installation on RHEL 7.4 , I need to bypass the connection to Mission control so that I can complete installation and provide the proxy details later in CMC for connection to Mission control.

Please confirm if it is possible or not to bypass Mission control connection during install

Thanks

Himanshu Mor

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pahofmann
Champion

You can't bypass the connection to mission control. But why not enter the proxy during installation?

Hello Patrick,

Thanks for confirming that bypass connection to MC is not possible.

I am trying to download via below option as proxy has user/password authentication but it is not working on my RHEL 7 host

wget -O dynatrace-managed.sh -e use_proxy=yes -e http_proxy=http://username:password@proxy_host:proxy_port

Let me know if you can help about wget via user/password authenticated proxy.

However same proxy is working on a windows machine in same subnet.

Regards

Himanshu Mor

I've done this before by setting the proxy in /etc/wgetrc

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11211705/setting-proxy-in-wget

Thanks Patrick for confirming that process followed by me is correct! I have tried the same by using wgetrc as well as via command line but its not working for me.

Then it appears to be some issue at the proxy side, I am troubleshooting the same with Security team and I will update once resolved.

Thanks for your quick help on this!

Thusanthan_Kann
Dynatrace Contributor
Dynatrace Contributor

So what was the verdict on this? Was something changed on the proxy end? I am facing a similar issue as well with this at my customer end


Thank you in advance,

TK


scott_williamso
Participant

I have a similar issue. I was able to install Dynatrace on the primary cluster seed node. But now, when I try to install a new cluster node using a proxy I get "Cannot connect to Cassandra and Elasticsearch ports on seed node". Console output:

/bin/sh managed-installer.sh --seed-auth XeQs-88ETTqGcWnWg1RHe --network-proxy https://10.178.8.131:3128

Starting Dynatrace 1.158.117.20190104-104301 installer ... OK

Verifying system compatibility ... OK

Verifying RAM size ... OK

Type the full path to your directory for Dynatrace binaries
[/opt/dynatrace-managed]?

Type the full path to your directory for Dynatrace data
[/var/opt/dynatrace-managed]?

...

Verifying disk space ... OK

Network proxy used for this installation: https://10.178.8.131:3128
Testing connection to Dynatrace Mission Control ... OK

Verifying system connectivity ... OK

Testing connection to Dynatrace cluster ... OK

Preparing Dynatrace cluster for extension ...

Installation failed, with status: system verified after 53 seconds.
Exit code: 3

Errors:

Cannot connect to Cassandra ports on seed node: 7000, 9042

Cannot connect to Elasticsearch ports on seed node: 9200, 9300

More details in log file: "/var/log/dynatrace/install.log"


Not related to mission control, I would ask this as a new question.

Most likely problem is a firewall blocking traffic between the nodes on the mentioned ports.


Hello @Scott W.

I am going through with the same situation to one of our cluster node. If I get any success then will share with you.

Regards,

Babar