There are various options that you can use to run a vRealize Hyperic agent. You can customize certain parameters to suit your environment requirements. Using a Command Line to Run the Agent LauncherYou can use the command line to initiate the vRealize Hyperic agent launcher and agent lifestyle commands. Running the Agent Launcher from the vRealize Hyperic User InterfaceIn vRealize Hyperic, you can issue selected commands to a running vRealize Hyperic agent. Run the vRealize Hyperic Agent Without a Java Service WrapperIf you run a If you run an Hyperic agent on a system that does not support the Java Service Wrapper, or for other reasons prefer not to use the wrapper, you can start the agent without the wrapper. Configuring Agent LoggingYou can configure the name, location, and logging level for vRealize Hyperic agent logs. You can also redirect system messages to the agent log, and configure the debug log level for an agent subsystem. Configuring Plug-in LoadingAt startup, a vRealize Hyperic agent loads all the plug-ins in the AgentHome/bundles/agent-x.y.z-nnnn/pdk/plugins directory. You can reduce the agent's memory footprint by configuring it to load only the plug-ins that you use. Configuring an Agent to Enable a Resource Plug-inYou can configure a vRealize Hyperic agent to enable a specific plug-in to perform one or more of its management functions. Managing the vRealize Hyperic AgentYou can monitor your vRealize Hyperic agents and tune them to your requirements. You can view the status of all the agents, view the metrics of a specific agent and reduce the memory footprint of an agent. Agent PropertiesMultiple properties are support in the agent.properties file for a vRealize Hyperic agent. Not all supported properties are included by default in the agent.properties file. Configuring the Agent Java Service WrapperThe configuration file for the vRealize Hyperic agent;s Java service wrapper is located in AgentHome/bundles/BundleHome/conf/wrapper.conf. Tailoring the Agent Wrapper ConfigurationThe Java options that are supplied to the vRealize Hyperic agent at startup are configured in the Java Additional Parameters section of the wrapper.conf file. Automated Deployment of Multiple vRealize Hyperic AgentsYou can deploy multiple vRealize Hyperic agents simultaneously, using vRealize Infrastructure Navigator. You configure the agent properties prior to deployment.