How to Install New Relic CLI on Linux Using 5 Easy Steps

How to Install New Relic CLI on Linux Using 5 Easy Steps

How to Install New Relic CLI on Linux Using 5 Easy Steps

In this article, we will see how to install new relic cli on Linux using 5 easy steps. New Relic CLI is used to manage entity tags, define workloads, record deployment markers, and accomplish many such tasks. It enables the integration of New Relic into your existing workflows. It can fetch the data from your system while doing any troubleshooting tasks as well as can add New Relic into your CI/CD Pipeline.

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New Relic CLI provides the best way to manage some of the tools provided by New Relic. There are multiple ways to install New Relic CLI on Linux, Windows and Mac. Here we will see the best way to install New Relic CLI on Linux using few simple steps.

 

How to Install New Relic CLI on Linux Using 5 Easy Steps

How to Install New Relic CLI on Linux Using 5 Easy Steps

Also Read: How to Install New Relic Infrastructure Agent on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Step 1: Prerequisites

a) You should have a running Linux Server.

b) You should have sudo or root access to run privileged commands.

c)  You should have curl utility installed in your Server.

d) You should have a package manager available in your System.

 

Step 2: Update Your Server

Before installing new relic cli in your system, you have to run the update and install all the latest available package versions from default repo. If you are using Ubuntu/Debian based servers, then you have to run sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade command as shown below.

cyberithub@ubuntu:~$ sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade

If you are using RHEL/CentOS based systems then have to run either sudo yum update && sudo yum upgrade command or sudo dnf update && sudo dnf upgrade command.

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sudo yum update && sudo yum upgrade
sudo dnf update && sudo dnf upgrade

 

Step 3: Login to New Relic

You have to first login to your New Relic account with your valid id as you can see below. Then click on Next.

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You have to enter your account password to authenticate and continue. Click on Log In. You also have the option to login through GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket and Google account.

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Step 4: Install New Relic CLI

After successful login, you have to select linux platform to install new relic cli. You will get the command accordingly upon continuing, which you need to copy and paste in your system terminal as shown below. Then enter to start with the installation. You will be asked few queries during installation, please answer and proceed with the installation just like as shown below.

cyberithub@ubuntu:~$ curl -Ls https://download.newrelic.com/install/newrelic-cli/scripts/install.sh | bash && sudo NEW_RELIC_API_KEY=NRAK-22CH6APFII89X4WDS233D2ATGVU NEW_RELIC_ACCOUNT_ID=4125270 /usr/local/bin/newrelic install
Installing New Relic CLI v0.71.0
Installing to /usr/local/bin using sudo

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Welcome to New Relic. Let's set up full stack observability for your environment.
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✔ Connecting to New Relic Platform
Connected


Installing New Relic

==> Installing Infrastructure Agent
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Reading package lists...
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Agent status check ok.
Infra key: ubuntu
✔ Installing Infrastructure Agent
Installed

==> Installing Logs Integration
✔ Installing Logs Integration
Installed

We've detected additional monitoring that can be configured by installing the following:
Golden Signal Alerts
Apache Integration
PostgreSQL Integration

? Continue installing? Yes

==> Installing Golden Signal Alerts
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Would you like to be notified on your registered email address admin@cyberithub.com when this alert triggers Y/N (default: N)?

✔ Installing Golden Signal Alerts
Installed

==> Installing Apache Integration
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==> Installing PostgreSQL Integration
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Reading package lists...

[OK] All checks passed. Installing Postgres Integration...

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✔ Installing PostgreSQL Integration
Installed

New Relic installation complete

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Installation Summary

✔ Golden Signal Alerts (installed)
✔ Apache Integration (installed)
✔ Infrastructure Agent (installed)
✔ Logs Integration (installed)
✔ PostgreSQL Integration (installed)

View your data at the link below:
⮕ https://onenr.io/0lY5aqGWkwt

View your logs at the link below:
⮕ https://onenr.io/0HWPVpJ8xwF

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Step 5: Go to Dashboard

After successful installation, you can go back to your Dashboard and may notice that New Relic is now able to autodetect the host as shown below.

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You can check all the logs of the host system from Logs -> All logs as shown below.

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You can also check all the entities from All entities section as shown below.

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