Opsview Knowledge Center

What is a Repository Key

An overview as to what an Opsview Monitor Repository Key is and what it does.

What is an Opsview Monitor Repository Key?

An Opsview Monitor Repository Key is the unique key that is assigned to each customer that they can use to access the Opsview Monitor software repositories. Opsview Monitor packages are signed with GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) keys.

Where Can I Find My Opsview Monitor Repository Key?

You can find your Opsview Monitor Repository Key by logging into the Customer Portal or by contacting Customer Success. Additionally, you should receive an email containing your Opsview Monitor Repository Key when you have initially registered for an Opsview Monitor Subscription.

What is the Difference Between an Opsview Monitor Repository Key and an Opsview Monitor Software Key?

An Opsview Monitor Repository Key consists of 40 alphanumeric characters, e.g. 914e123720ef539d02012c5bc7d597bc3bbb9616 and are unique to each customer. Opsview Monitor Software Keys consist of 36 alphanumeric characters that also contain dashes, e.g a3b3c7d1-f8aa-473b-b57b-c974fa6cd182 and are unique to each customer subscription and are used to activate a fully installed Opsview Monitor Master server.

How do I use my Opsview Monitor Repository Key

Use of the Repository Key depends on which Operating System you use and how you plan to install Opsview Monitor.

To use the automated installation method, please see the Automated Installation Method documentation pages.

To use the manual installation method, please see instructions for your OS in the Manual Installation Method documentation pages.

What is a Repository Key

An overview as to what an Opsview Monitor Repository Key is and what it does.