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Installation

To install FusionReactor into IBM WebSphere Liberty Profile:

  1. Stop your WebSphere server.
  2. Obtain the FusionReactor jar and the correct debugging library (for FusionReactor Ultimate licenses) for your platform from here: https://www.fusion-reactor.com/download
  3. Place them somewhere in the file system.  We recommend /opt/fusionreactor/instance/websphere/.
  4. Ensure the two files and this folder are owned by the user under which your WebSphere runs (root:root by default)
  5. Place the following options in a file called jvm.options in your WebSphere server config root (commonly known as ${server.config.dir}).  On our system, for the default WebSphere server, this is /opt/IBM/WebSphere/Liberty/usr/servers/defaultServer/jvm.options

     

    -javaagent:/opt/fusionreactor/instance/websphere/fusionreactor.jar=address=8088
    -agentpath:/opt/fusionreactor/instance/websphere/libfrjvmti_x64.so

     

    The second line is only required for Ultimate licenses and should be adjusted for your platform.

  6. Cloud licensees only:
    1. WebSphere is supplied with a Java Keystore which does not contain our Certificate Provider's signing certificate.  This must be imported.
    2. Download the certificate:

      wget https://www.digicert.com/CACerts/DigiCertGlobalRootCA.crt -o /tmp/digicert.crt

       

    3. Import the certificate into the JKS keystore for your server.  On our system, for the default WebSphere server, this is done as follows:

      keytool -import -alias digicert-global-root-ca -file /tmp/digicert.crt -keystore /opt/IBM/WebSphere/Liberty/usr/servers/defaultServer/resources/security/key.jks

      The default keystore password is Liberty

  7. Restart your WebSphere server.
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