Hope you are doing good.
To configure EFM and BART please refer the below link respectively:
Let us know if you face any issues while configuring.
Regarding Yum Credentials,
The rpm files of tools are available to EDB Customers who have valid subscription.
For further queries on this you can raise request to Support team (firstname.lastname@example.org) for Yum Credentials through which you can have the rpm's.
Please let us know if you need anymore details.
If this is urgent, you should probably contact your support person. I don't know the steps in getting our tools without access to the yum repository.
You can then download complete Tarball-ed files from the website, which contains EFM and BART packages.
The EFM yum installation does more than just write files to disk. Can you give me information about why you think this works?
As far as I know, valid subscribers can use their account to access files in https://yum.enterprisedb.com/, and there are all-in-one tarball-ed files there for subscribed users to download.
After EDB subscribers download and extract these files in isolated environment, they can setup local YUM repositories to install EDB products with yum install command.
Our sample repo file looks like as follows.
[local-edb-11] name=Local EPAS 11 Packages for Enterprise Linux 7 - $basearch baseurl=file:///var/local/repos/edb_11/ enabled=1 gpgcheck=0 [local-edb-dependencies] name=Local EPAS Dependency Packages for Enterprise Linux 7 - $basearch baseurl=file:///var/local/repos/edb_dependencies/ enabled=1 gpgcheck=0 [local-edb-tools] name=Local Packages EDB Tools for Enterprise Linux 7 - $basearch baseurl=file:///var/local/repos/edb_tools/ enabled=1 gpgcheck=0
For EFM and BART, subscribed users can just download tarballed files from Tools and Dependencies pages.