CONFIGURING PURE1 VM ANALYTICS With Proxy settings

Please follow this great guide from Cody!

https://www.codyhosterman.com/2018/10/configuring-pure1-vm-analytics-detailed-guide/

When you come to the point when you shall install or update something stop!

Now it is time for proxy stuff.

Apt proxy settings

sudo vi /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/proxy.conf

Acquire {
HTTP::proxy “http://proxy.invid.se:8080”;
HTTPS::proxy “http://proxy.invid.se:8080”;
}

Linux

For other Linux stuff you want to add this in root users home directory or any users home directory.

vi /root/.profile

Add below in the end of the file:

export http_proxy=http://proxy.invid.se:8080
export https_proxy=http://proxy.invid.se:8080
export ftp_proxy=http://proxy.invid.se:8080

Now you have internet access with proxy continue Cody guide.

And now for the call home function for Pure after finished the guide
Create directory
mkdir /var/lib/ccm/network/

Then

vi  /var/lib/ccm/network/http_proxy
and add the proxy in the file and save it

http://proxy.invid.net:8080

After this I did restart, but I think it is enough with:
purevmanalytics restart in the console

Loook in the log file for errors. My errors vanished after this…

cat /var/log/docker/vm_analytics/ccm.log
or if you want an active log rolling
tail -f /var/log/docker/vm_analytics/ccm.log

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