A.1.1. Options

[-h | --help]

Displays the installer help.

[-e | --extract_only]

Extracts the installer and exits.

[{-d | --dir=}directory]

Looks for all Oracle VM Manager installer scripts in the directory.

[{-c | --config=}configfile.yml]

Specifies an install configuration file. This file is used to set install options in a silent install.

# ./runInstaller.sh --config=/path/myconfig.yml 
    --installtype=production --assumeyes

The install configuration file should be in the format shown in Example A.1. You should uses spaces and not tabs when formatting this configuration file.

Example A.1. Oracle VM Manager install configuration file

      install       : No
      host          : example.com
      sys_password  : mypassword
      port          : 1521
      sid           : mySID
      mgmt_port     : 8080
      user          : ovs
      password      : mypassword
      install       : Yes
      user          : weblogic
      password      : mypassword
      install       : Yes
      install       : Yes
      install        : Yes
      user           : myuser
      password       : mypassword
      install       : Yes
      install       : Yes
      cleanup       : No 

      install       : Yes

[{-u | --uuid=}uuid]

Sets the UUID for Oracle VM Manager. Use this option when recovering an Oracle VM Manager instance to use the existing UUID. The Oracle VM Manager configuration file contains the UUID and is stored in the location:


# ./runInstaller.sh --uuid=0004FB000000100002CB7F2DFFA8D8
[{-i | --installtype=}{demo | production | uninstall}]

Sets the install type to use without being prompted during the install. Use this option during a silent install.

# ./runInstaller.sh --config=/path/myconfig.yml 
    --installtype=production --assumeyes
[-y | --assumeyes]

Sets each prompt during the install to respond as yes. If combined with the --installtype=demo option, performs a silent install with the default settings, using a local Oracle XE database.

# ./runInstaller.sh --assumeyes --installtype=demo