Using command-line options to install BMC Atrium Orchestrator content

In a silent installation, you run the installation program from a command line. You can run a silent installation on Red Hat or SUSE Linux, Oracle Solaris, and Windows to install the BMC Atrium Orchestrator content.

When you execute a silent installation, you specify an options file to feed the installation settings to the program. The options file is a text file that defines all the required installation properties. You create options files to install or upgrade the BMC Atrium Orchestrator platform and content.

  • On Windows computers, the silent installation does not direct output to the console.
  • On UNIX computers, a short startup message and a console representation of a progress meter is displayed. The installation finishes without comments on the screen.

Related topics

Silent installation properties
Sample content options file templates
Executing a silent installation
Using the GUI to install BMC Atrium Orchestrator content

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