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After you run a text installation and are familiar with the server, you can use a silent installation the next time you install the server.
To install in silent mode, you must create a file containing the installation parameters, which will be used to run the installation. Then launch the installation to use that file.
Create a file in a text editor with the following syntax and parameters for your machine.
-inst -m /PATH_TO/iserver.tar -license nnn-nnn-nnnn[-nn] -edahome /install_directory/ibi/srv81/home -edaconf /install_directory/ibi/srv81/wfs -port port -host hostname -approot /install_directory/ibi/apps -nostart -iadmin userID -pass password -ibinccen
Is the full path to the iserver.tar file.
Is the 10-digit or 12-digit license.
Is the directory you wish to install the server.
Is the base TCP port for the server.
Is the host name of the server.
Is the operating system user ID you use when installing the server.
Is the password for the user ID you are using.
Is the demo application. This is optional and is the English version.
You can see additional installation options by executing the installation as follows:
You can launch a silent installation by calling the isetup installation program, as follows:
isetup -opt /PATH_TO_/srv.options[-DINSTALL_LOG_DESTINATION="log_destination"] [-DINSTALL_LOG_NAMES="log_name"]
Is the full path to the file containing your installation options.
Is the location where the installation log is created. If this argument is omitted, the log is created in the default location.
Is the name of the installation log. If this argument is omitted, the default name is used.