How to install , Configure and Setup New Relic Server Monitoring on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7 / SL 7 / EL 7 .The New Relic Server Monitoring Software has most popular monitoring software in the Web hosting Company. It is used by the hosting company for resource monitoring, network monitoring and most important it provides Disc monitoring by using its rich graphical interface it provides real time system monitoring services. its feature makes this software popular in Hosting industries. This tutorial shows how to setup the New Relic Server Monitoring on your respective enterprise Linux editions.
How to Setup New Relic for Enterprise Linux?
Step-1 ( Sign up for New Relic Free Account )
You can Sign up for New Relic Free Account
Step-2 (After Sign up Login to your root account)
[gopal@techbrown ~]$ su - Password:
Step-3 (Enable the New Relic Repository)
[root@techbrown ~]# rpm -ivh https://download.newrelic.com/pub/newrelic/el5/i386/newrelic-repo-5-3.noarch.rpm
Step-4 (Install the New Relic Packages)
[root@techbrown ~]# yum install newrelic-sysmond
Step-5 (How to get and find your free license key)
Open Internet Browser and go to
Hit on the your Avatar and go to the Account Settings under that you will find your license key and finally note that for further procedures.
Step-6 (Set your New Relic License Key)
[root@techbrown ~]# nrsysmond-config --set license_key=<YOUR-UNIQUE-LICENSE-KEY>
Step-7 (Check your license key for verification purpose)
[root@techbrown ~]# cat /etc/newrelic/nrsysmond.cfg
# # New Relic Server Monitor configuration file. # # Lines that begin with a # are comment lines and are ignored by the server # monitor. For those options that have command line equivalents, if the # option is specified on the command line it will over-ride any value set # in this file. # # # Option : license_key # Value : 40-character hexadecimal string provided by New Relic. This is # required in order for the server monitor to start. # Default: none # license_key=<YOUR-UNIQUE-LICENSE-KEY>
Step-8 (Start the New Relic Daemon)
[root@techbrown ~]# /etc/init.d/newrelic-sysmond start
Starting newrelic-sysmond (via systemctl): [ OK ]
Step-9 (Check Whether the New Relic Server Monitoring Software is working or Not)
Open Internet Browsers and you will see the Web panel on Internet browsers
Resource monitoring Panel
Process monitoring Panel
Network monitoring Panel
Disk monitoring Panel
Congratulation now you have setup the New Relic on you respective Enterprise Linux. Now you have followed the methods if you have any issues regarding this tutorial then you need to use the comment section below for more info and support.