# yum install xdmod-appkernels-9.0.0-1.0.el7.noarch.rpm
There should be a new section titled “Application Kernels” in the list. Select that option and provide the required information. Specifically, you will need to enter database credentials to access the databases created by AKRR and the AKRR REST API credentials.
NOTE: It is also possible to manually modify
If one or more jobs have been submitted by AKRR and completed, you may ingest that data:
$ xdmod-akrr-ingestor -v -l load
See the Application Kernels Ingestor Guide for more details.
After successfully installing and configuring the application kernels package you should check the Open XDMoD portal to make sure everything is working correctly. By default, the application kernel data is only available to authorized users, so you must log into the portal. After logging in there should an additional tab visible named “App Kernels”.