Using command-line options to install TrueSight Orchestration 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 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 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.
Where to go from here
|To use the properties to create the options file||Silent installation properties|
|To create options files to be used in the silent installation||Creating an options file|
|To view the sample content options files||Sample content options file templates|
|To install content silently||Executing a silent installation|