|Oracle® Collaboration Suite Installation Guide
10g Release 1 (10.1.2) for HP-UX PA-RISC (64-Bit)
Part Number B25468-10
This appendix explains the command-line options and variables that can be used to run the Oracle Universal Installer for installing Oracle Collaboration Suite. It contains the following topics:
This section contains the following topics:
./runInstaller -prereqChecker PREREQ_CONFIG_LOCATION=path_to_/stage/prereq -entryPoint entry_point
In the preceding syntax, the value of
entry_point can be any of the following:
oracle.ocs.infrastructure_Infrastructure: Used for checking the prerequisites for Oracle Collaboration Suite 10g Infrastructure.
oracle.ocs.infrastructure_Infrastructure_ID: Used for checking the prerequisites for Infrastructure.
oracle.ocs.infrastructure_Infrastructure_DB: Used for checking the prerequisites for Oracle Collaboration Suite 10g Database.
oracle.ocs.infrastructure_Infrastructure_EnableDB: Used for checking the prerequisites for enabling Oracle Collaboration Suite Database in an existing database.
oracle.ocs.midtier_Portals: Used for checking the prerequisites for Oracle Collaboration Suite portal.
oracle.ocs.onebox_Complete: Used for checking the prerequisites for Infrastructure and Oracle Collaboration Suite 10g Applications.
You can start the Oracle Universal Installer by using the following command:
runInstaller [options] [CommandLineVariable=Value]
In the preceding syntax,
[options] can have the following values:
-help: Used for displaying the help topics for using the command.
-silent: Used for silent mode operations. The input parameters can include a response file name or list of command-line variable value pairs.
-responseFile <Path>: Used for specifying the response file name and path.
-formCluster: Used for installing the Oracle clusterware to form the cluster.
-remoteshell <Path>: Used only for installing clusters. This parameter specifies the path to the remote shell program on the local cluster node.
-remotecp <Path>: Used only for installing clusters. This parameter specifies the path to the remote copy program on the local cluster cluster.
-record -destinationFile <Path>: Used for the record mode operation. This parameter specifies the destination file path, where information is recorded.
-deinstall: Used for uninstallation operations.
-debug: Used for retrieving the debug information from OUI.
-ignoreSysPrereqs: Used for ignoring the results of system prerequisite checks.
-executeSysPrereqs: Used for executing system prerequisite checks and exiting. A subset of the checks described in Section 2.10 will be performed by this option.
-paramFile: Used for specifying the location of
oraparam.ini file to be used by Oracle Universal Installer.
-clone: Used for creating an
Oracle_Home copy that matches its current environment.
-force: Used for allowing silent mode installation in to a nonempty directory.
-noconsole: Used for suppressing the display of messages to console.
-removeAllPatches: Used for removing all interim patches from the
-ignorePatchConflicts: Used for ignoring all conflicts with existing interim patches during an upgrade. The conflicting interim patches are removed from the
-addNode: Used for adding nodes to the installation.
-removeHome: Used for removing
Oracle_Home directories from the Oracle Universal Installer inventory.
For Oracle Collaboration Suite installation, you can specify custom port numbers in the following two ways:
By using the Ports Configuration Options Screen during the installation
By using the
The Ports Configuration Screen enables you to select custom port numbers only for a few well-known ports. On the other hand, the
staticports.ini file provides a wider range of the ports that can be used during installation.
Note:If you pass the path to the
staticports.ini file is located in the
/response directory of the Oracle Collaboration Suite DVD.
The command-line options used to specify
staticports.ini file are as follows:
Use the following command for single-computer installation:
Use the following command for all types of Infrastructure installations:
Use the following command for Applications installation: