I received a question from the customer.
Please tell me where the server configuration will change by installing Oneagent.
I understood the following change points.
32bit Windows : C:\Program Files (x86)\dynatrace\oneagent
64bit Windows : C:\Program Files\dynatrace\oneagent
Linux : /opt/dynatrace/oneagent
32bit Windows : C:\Program Files (x86)\dynatrace\oneagent\log
64bit Windows : C:\Program Files\dynatrace\oneagent\log
Linux : /opt/dynatrace/oneagent/log
Please tell me if there is any other change, such as there is a change in OS setting part.
Also, regarding the following contents,
Does this apply to setting change?
“oneagentmon device” appears in your Windows system during Dynatrace OneAgent installation.
It's used by Dynatrace for deep process monitoring. It works like a monitoring driver and allows
Dynatrace OneAgent to add its own library between the operating system and processes it is running.
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please have a look at the help pages concerning the installation process:
You will find a partial answer to your question there.
I understand you are looking for a more detailed description, so let me add some more information to what is already available on the help pages:
Furthermore, all the changes that are made to the system are reverted when OneAgent is uninstalled, with the exception of the user being kept on Linux systems and part of the files preserved in mentioned directories, to clean these up please refer to:
Can you please let me know what all Linux file changes, users, groups will be created by Dynatrace managed install ( Dynatrace managed full install ) and not one agent .
We have puppet monotoring our Linux servers and after Dynatrace managed install it is modifying lot of files like sudoers , rclocal etc, and since this is not pre committed in puppet after some time puppet is reverting back and Dynatrace is running in to issues.
Would be really helpful if you can let us know what all changes Dynatrace does during managed server install so that we can pre commit those changes on puppet .