Splunk® Phantom

Install and Upgrade Splunk Phantom

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Install Splunk Phantom to an existing server with RPM

Use this method to install on local hardware or a cloud service, such as AWS or Azure. Use your Splunk Phantom Community credentials during the installation.

Prerequisites

Contact Phantom support to get the specific installation package you need. You can open a support case at Splunk Support and Services or by calling +1(855)SPLUNK-S or +1(855)775-8657. International Splunk Support numbers are found in the Contact Us section of the Splunk website.

Add the required additional YUM repositories for your operating system.

Some users may need edit the /etc/yum.repos.d/redhat-rhui.repo file to enable the additional Red Hat Enterprise Linux repository. AWS users must do so on their AWS instance.

Operating System Repositories
CentOS 7.6 -7.9 os
updates
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 - 7.9 rhel-7-server-rpms
rhel-7-server-optional-rpms
rhel-server-rhscl-7-rpms
Red Hat Enterprise Linux on AWS rhui-<region>-rhel-server-optional

Update the operating system and dependencies

Do these actions either as the root user or a user with sudo permissions.

  1. Contact Splunk Phantom Support to get access to the required RPM files. Once access has been granted, you can download the file from the Splunk Phantom community website.
  2. Clear YUM's caches.
    yum clean all
  3. Update the operating system and all installed packages.
    yum update
  4. Restart the operating system.
    shutdown -r now

Install Splunk Phantom

Perform the following tasks to install Splunk Phantom:

  1. As either root or a user with sudo access, run RPM to add the required repositories, GPG keys, and the installation script.
  2. As either root or a user with sudo access, run the installation script.
    /opt/phantom/bin/phantom_setup.sh install --version=4.10.6.61906-1
    Provide your Splunk Phantom community credentials when prompted for a username and password.

For more installation command line options, see phantom_setup.sh options.

If you need to download the RPM, see Install Splunk Phantom on a system with limited internet access.

Next step: log in to verify the installation

You can log in to the Splunk Phantom web interface after the setup script completes to configure user accounts and additional settings. See Log in to the Splunk Phantom web interface.

Last modified on 24 August, 2021
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Phantom: 4.10.6


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