Monitor your Unified Communications with RTMT in your Linux machine.
Components for this specific howto:
Ubuntu 9.10 2.6.31-14-generic 32 bits running GNOME or
Centos /RedHat / Scientific Linux 6.x 32/64 bits running GNOME
Linuxmint KDE 15 (application launcher instructions below will not apply but you can get the idea)
NOTE: for 64 bits distributions based on RedHat, the following libraries are required before attempting to run the installer: glibc.i686 and libXtst.i686
If the first one is not installed, the installer will return:
/lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: no such file or directory
Once the glibc is installed, the installer will run, but the following error message chunk will be seen
Graphical installers are not supported by the VM. The console mode will be used instead...
Installer User Interface Mode Not Supported
The installer cannot run in this UI mode. To specify the interface mode, use the -i command-line option, followed by the UI mode identifier. The valid UI modes identifiers are GUI, Console, and Silent.
The solution to above errors is to install the libraries:
yum install glibc.i686 libXtst.i686
Java is not really necessary as the installation package is already bundled with a JAVA 1.x archive
Download the plugin from the CallManager administration interface > Plugins > Cisco Unified CM Real-Time Monitoring Tool - Linux
Open a terminal
Change directory to where the binary archive is
chmod +x CcmServRtmtPlugin.bin
Follow the install screens
Create a desktop/menu launcher:
In my case the plugin was installed under /opt/Cisco/CallManager_Serviceability/JRtmt, check during the installation wizard for any possible version changes
Right-click your desktop
Clic on "Create launcher" to create a desktop icon
Java applications need be executed within the directory where they exist, so we would write a simple script:
Create a new text document
Write these 2 lines:
Save as "runme.sh", preferrably in the installation folder under /opt (requires root access), but you can choose the location of your own, just make sure the extension is .sh
OPTIONAL: chmod +x runme.sh (might be necessary to make the script executable)
Fill in the blanks as above
Note that we are pointing to our recently created script file, not just the run.sh
Note also, that you can customize the shortcut icon by cilcking on the top-left square. Then point to this path: /opt/Cisco/CallManager_Serviceability/JRtmt/shortcut.gif
Collect your daily set of traces for bed-reading =D
Finally, lets make Browser integration possible. Create a script file named mozilla (no extension) under /usr/local/sbin/, and write "firefox $1" in it, without the quotes, then save it
sudo chmod +x /usr/local/sbin/mozilla
Now you should be able to press F12 in RTMT and open the main administration interface in your Firefox browswer, or any other web page under the Application or Help menus. This is specially useful when openinng RTMT help pages for a particular tool (Help > Help for this Window)
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