AstRecipes » Installing QueueMetrics using YumThis recipe is EXPERIMENTAL - use it at your own risk! It is now possible to install QueueMetrics in a very automated way using Yum and Loway Research's Yum repository. This setup was thought of for CentOS 4 / RHEL 4, so if you use a different OS it might not work at all or in part. As Asterisk@Home is based on CentOS, it will work for A@H users! This line adds Loway Research to the list of known Yum repositories:
And this line actually installs QueueMetrics, downloading all of its dependencies automatically.
wget -P /etc/yum.repos.d http://yum.loway.it/loway.repo
At the end of the setup, you have to perform the following operation manually in order to create the QueueMetrics database:
yum install queuemetrics
Do not do this operation more than once, i.e. don't do it if you already have a QM database! You will be prompted for a pair of passwords (type the passwords that are suggested), and that's all! Point your browser to the following URL:
http://mybox:8080/queuemetrics And you'll be ready to rock with the default users (hint: login ad demoadmin password demo if it's the first logon). Do not forget to have a look at the online user manual located at http://queuemetrics.loway.it/manual.jsp. See also
Updating QueueMetrics using yum