Note: For this scenario, we have started installing SQL Server on the machine. The installation task will take between 2-5 minutes to complete.
First, verify that SQL Server is running on the machine.
systemctl status mssql-server.service --no-pager
On the terminal, you should see something like below indicating that the mssql-server.service is running
<< OUTPUT ABRIDGED >> Active: active (running) since Monday 2019-07-15 19:24:18 EDT; 3h 59min left << OUTPUT ABRIDGED >>
Next, install two rpm packages, cockpit-session-recording and tlog for the web console
yum -y install cockpit-session-recording tlog
<< OUTPUT ABRIDGED >> Installed: cockpit-session-recording-1-29.el8.noarch tlog-5-1.el8.x86_64 Complete!
The first package, cockpit-session-recording will add an additional feature Web Console which you will be using to enable and configure session recording. The tlog package will provide the tools which will be used to both record and view the recorded terminal sessions.