This following information related to support for APM CEM TIM 10.7 on RHEL/CentOS 7.3 has been provided by Product Management/Development/SWAT.
Supporting RHEL/CentOS 7.x on TIM has been a highly requested enhancement . This is the first RHEL/CentOS 7.x release supported.
APM CEM TIM 10.7.0, RHEL/CentOS 7.3.
Note: The APM 10.7 TIM supports APM 10.2 and higher.
Step 1: Obtain an RHEL-7.3 machine and register to Red Hat Subscription Management
Get the APM HF as outlined in https://knowledge.broadcom.com/external/article?articleId=115945
Step 2: Install the EPEL package using below command
Step 3: Disable SElinux with below command
Step 4: Enable optional rpm for compat-libstdc++-33 package
Step 5: Disable firewalld.service or provide access to port where TIM will configured (Default ports for TIM : webserver port = 81)
Step 6: Copy *.zip , unzip and Copy below artifacts from unzipped folder to RHEL-7.3 machine
Step 7: Unpack the tar file , and extract below files
Step 8: Open ca-eula.en.txt file, scroll to the end of file and accept the agreement as shown below
Step 9: Start installation of TIM using the following command
Step 10: Install the missed dependency packages notified during the TIM installation using ‘yum’ command and restart the installation.
Below are the necessary Packages for TIM:
Step 11: Complete the Installation by selecting required options manually.
Note that the installation is identical to other TIM releases. Refer to https://techdocs.broadcom.com/us/en/ca-enterprise-software/it-operations-management/application-performance-management/10-7/installing/apm-installation/install-and-configure-tim-for-ca-cem.html
Step 12: Check the TIM status and see all processes are running successfully
When upgrading from TIM6.x to TIM7.x environment. perform the following
The following additional guidance has been provided by SWAT