Directory path conventions 

Directory variables are abbreviations for the default installation paths for AIX , Linux™, and Microsoft™ Windows™. This topic defines the directory variable and its matching default installation directory for each supported operating system.

Notes:

Table 1. Directory variable values

Directory variable Default installation root
app_server_root

IBM WAS installation directory

AIX:

/usr/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer

Linux:

/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer

Windows:

<drive>:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer
where <drive> is the system drive on which the file directory is stored. For example: C or D.

profile_root

WAS installation directory

AIX:

/usr/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/profiles/<profile_name>

Linux:

/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/profiles/<profile_name>

Windows:

<drive>:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\AppServer\profiles\<profile_name>
where <profile_name> is the name of the profile on which the application is installed or the profile name of the deployment manager. <drive> is the system drive on which the file directory is stored. For example: C or D.

ibm_http_server_root

IBM HTTP Server installation directory

AIX:

/usr/IBM/HTTPServer

Linux:

/opt/IBM/HTTPServer

Windows:

<drive>:\Program Files\IBM\HTTPServer
where <drive> is the system drive on which the file directory is stored. For example: C or D.

lotus_connections_root

IBM Connections installation directory

AIX or Linux:

/opt/IBM/LotusConnections

Windows:

<drive>:\Program Files\IBM\LotusConnections
where <drive> is the system drive on which the file directory is stored. For example: C or D.

local_data_directory_root

Local content stores

AIX or Linux:

/opt/IBM/LotusConnections/data/local

Windows:

<drive>:\Program Files\IBM\LotusConnections\data\local

where <drive> is the system drive on which the directory is stored. For example: C or D.

shared_data_directory_root

Shared content stores

AIX or Linux:

/opt/IBM/LotusConnections/data/shared

Windows:

<drive>:\Program Files\IBM\LotusConnections\data\shared\
where <drive> is the system drive on which the directory is stored. For example: C or D.

IM_root

IBM Installation Manager installation directory

AIX or Linux:

/opt/IBM/InstallationManager

Windows 32-bit:

<drive>:\Program Files\IBM\Installation Manager

Windows 64-bit

<drive>:\Program Files(x86) \IBM\Installation Manager
where <drive> is the system drive on which the file directory is stored. For example: C or D.

shared_resources_root

Shared resources directory

AIX or Linux:

/opt/IBM/SSPShared

Windows:

<drive>Program Files\IBM\SSPShared
where <drive> is the system drive on which the file directory is stored. For example: C or D.

db2_root

DB2 database installation directory

AIX or Linux:

/usr/IBM/db2/<version>

Linux:

/opt/ibm/db2/<version>

Windows:

<drive>:\Program Files\IBM\SQLLIB\<version>
where <drive> is the system drive on which the file directory is stored, for example: C or D, and <version> is the version of DB2 installed, for example: V9.5 or V9.7.

oracle_root

Oracle database installation directory

AIX or Linux:

/home/oracle/oracle/product/10.2.0/db_1

Windows:

<drive>:\oracle\product\10.2.0\db_1
where <drive> is the system drive on which the file directory is stored. For example: C or D.

sql_server_root

Microsoft SQL Server database installation directory

Windows:

<drive>:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server
where <drive> is the system drive on which the file directory is stored, for example: C or D.


Parent topic

Planning

Related concepts
Audience
Deployment options

Related reference
IBM Connections system requirements
IBM Connections support statement
Worksheet for installing IBM Connections
IBM Connections release notes


   

 

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