IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager for Application Diagnostics, Version 7.1.0.1

Silent installation and configuration settings for NetWeaver - J2EE Agent


NetWeaver silent install parameter definitions for UNIX/Linux

Parameter Definition
LICENSE_ACCEPT_BUTTON License agreement. You must specify this parameter to begin the product installation. Default setting is true.
installLocation The location where you intend to install the product.
LAUNCH_CONFIG This parameter launches the Configuration Tool. Specifying this parameter begins the process of configuring the DC to the Managing Server after installation. The default setting is true.
LOGSETTING.LOGLEVEL The log level for the installation and configuration process. Possible values are: ALL / DEBUG_MAX / DEBUG_MID / INFO / WARN / ERROR / FATAL / OFF.
LOGSETTING.LOGCONSOLEOUT This parameter controls whether the output message is printed to console or not. Possible values are true / false.
DC Configuration
UNCONFIGURE_SERVERS Specify this parameter will cancel the configuration process after the installation is complete. The default setting is false.
J2EE_SELECTED ITCAM for J2EE's Application Monitor interface. Specifying this parameter will configure monitored data to be accessed through ITCAM for J2EE's Application Monitor interface. To use the Application Monitor interface, ITCAM for J2EE and its components must be fully installed. Default true.
TEMA_SELECTED ITCAM for J2EE Tivoli Enterprise Portal. Specifying this parameter will configure monitored data to be accessed using the portal. To use the portal interface, ITCAM for J2EE and its components must be fully installed. Default false.
DC_OFFLINE_ALLOW This is for you to decide whether offline configuration is allowed. If you enter "true", the program will skip the verification of the connection to the Managing Server (MS) during configuration, and use the entered value of MS_AM_HOME; if you enter "false", the program will connect to MS and detect the MS home directory on MS server. The default value is false.
TEMA_OFFLINE_ALLOW The option indicates whether offline configuration type is allowed during the configuation. The program will skip the monitoring agent connection test if it is set to be true. Set it to false when you don't want to allow the offline configuration for the monitoring agent.
AM_SOCKET_BINDIP This is the DC side IP address or full qualified Host name. The IP or Host name will be used by DC to communicate with MS.If there are more then one NIC or multiple IP address configured on DC server, choose one of them. For example: -V AM_SOCKET_BINDIP=9.181.93.95 or -V AM_SOCKET_BINDIP=dc.cn.ibm.com or -V AM_SOCKET_BINDIP=<value>
FIREWALL_ENABLED For DC side if the firewall is enabled, set the value to be true; otherwise, set the value to be false.
PROBE_RMI_POR If the DC is behind firewall, set this port number.This port number should be configured as allowable in firewall software on which the DC host locates. The legal values are from "8200" to "8299".
PROBE_CONTROLLER_RMI_PORT If the DC is behind firewall, set this port number. This port number should be configured as allowable in firewall software on which the DC host locates. The legal values are from "8300" to "8399".
Manage-Server Specific Options
RECOLLECT_MSINFO Specify this parameter prompts the DC to recollect data from the Managing Server. Default true.
MS_AM_HOME The location of the Managing Server. Enter the directory location where the Managing Server was installed. This parameter correlates the DC_OFFLINE_ALLOW. Refer to DC_OFFLINE_ALLOW for more detailed information.
KERNEL_HOST01 Primary kernel server name. Enter full-qualified host name of the primary kernel server hosting the Managing Server.
PORT_KERNEL_CODEBASE01 Primary kernel codebase port. Default 9122.
Application Server Specific Options
INSTALL_TYPE

NetWeaver installation type. Choose from the three installation types: central instance (denoted as 1), local dialog instance (denoted as 2), and distributed dialog instance (denoted as 3). Enter the number value representing your installation type.

The 3 DC installation types are:

  1. Central instance installation: Install DC to monitor the server on Central instance;

  2. Local dialog instance installation: Dialog instance and central instance are installed on one computer and the DC is installed to monitor the server on the dialog instance;

  3. Distributed dialog instance installation: Dialog instance and central instance are not installed on the same computer, and the DC is installed to monitor the server on the dialog instance.

SERVER_HOME NetWeaver directory location. The absolute path of directory wherein the instance is monitored.
CENTRAL_INSTANCE_HOME NetWeaver central instance directory. Enter the directory location of the NetWeaver central server instance. For central instance installation, its value is the same as the Server home.
CENTRAL_INSTANCE_NETWORK_HOME NetWeaver central instance network directory. A local path mounted from Central instance home directory. For central instance installation, its value is the same as the Server home. For local dialog instance installation, its value is the same as the Central instance home. For distributed dialog instance installation, mount the Central instance home on central instance computer to a local directory, and the value of Central instance network home should be the mounted local directory.
SERVER_VERSION NetWeaver version number. Enter the current version number of NetWeaver that you are running.
JAVA_HOME JDK location. Enter the directory location of the JDK supporting NetWeaver.
IS64UNIXJVM The flag for 64 bit model. The default value is false. If you are running a 64 bit OS using 64 bit JVM on a UNIX or Linux platform, change the parameter totrue. Ignore this parameter on Windows.
SAPNW64HOST The qualified host name of local computer.
SAPNW64PORT The P4 port of the NetWeaver instance.
SAPNW64USER The required user name used to get the Java Management Extensions (JMX) Data from MBean Server. Usually, this user ID is the same as you log on the Visual Administrator tool. For example, Administrator.
SAPNW64PSWD The required password used to get the JMX Data from MBean Server. Usually, this password is the same as you log on the Visual Administrator tool.
SAPNW64_SVRS Server instance names. Enter the names of the Managing Server instances to be configured for data collection. If multiple instances are monitored, separate them by semicolons.


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Performing a silent installation and configuration