The FreeBSD agent has the following features, which can be selectively enabled:

  • Automation: Runbook automation, remote script execution, and custom script monitoring
  • RemoteCommand: Remote command execution
  • RemoteConsole: Remote device access

By default, all features are enabled.

The agent download file name format is opsramp-agent-{version}.{osType}.{packageType} where

  • version: OpsRamp version
  • osType: 32-bit or 64-bit
  • packageType: Installation package format

For example, opsramp-agent-9.0.0-1_freebsd10-amd64.txz

After the agent is installed, the agent automatically begins sending telemetry to OspRamp.


  • Processor: 1 GHz CPU or greater
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Disk Space: 200 MB

For x64-bit, the agent supports for the following operating system versions:

  • FreeBSD 10.x
  • FreeBSD 11.x
  • FreeBSD 12.x

Download and install a root user agent

  1. From All Clients choose a client.
  2. In the Dashboard menu, navigate to Setup > Download > Agent.
  3. In the FreeBSD tile, select the operating system version from drop-down list.
  4. Follow the dialog to download and save the agent installer. Note: Agent installation with a non-root user is not supported.
  5. Install the agent: For example: 64 bit
        pkg add opsramp-agent-{version}_freebsd10-amd64.txz
  6. Start the agent with the authentication tokens generated for your organization, enabling the features that you want.
    • Click Instructions in the FreeBSD tile to get the authentication tokens. The -K and -S argument values in the instructions are populated for your organization.
    • Copy-and-paste the values into the command line.
    • Enable all features using the following:
          sudo /opt/opsramp/agent/bin/configure -K {accessKey} -S {securityKey} 
          -M true
    • Enable specific features:
          sudo /opt/opsramp/agent/bin/configure -K {accessKey} -S {securityKey} 
          -M true 
          -f "agent:RemoteCommand,agent:PatchManagement,agent:Automation,agent:RemoteConsole"

See the /tmp/opsramp-agent_install.log file for installation progress.

Uninstall the agent

To uninstall the agent, delete the agent and the /opsramp/agent directory:

pkg delete opsramp-agent
rmdir /opt/opsramp/agent

See the /tmp/opsramp-agent_uninstall.log file for uninstall progress.


The following are limitations and unsupported agent features on a FreeBSD operation system:

  • Monitors
  • Remote commands
  • Patching


Template NameSupport
Linux Disk State (G1)No
TCP Connection Statistics (G1)No

Remote commands

NS lookupNo
Execute a commandNoExecute a command on Remote FreeBSD Server is not supported.


Missing patch requestsNo
OS patchingNo
Skip patching during device maintenanceNo