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wxssetup.response.txt file

Use a fully qualified response file to install WebSphere eXtreme Scale or WebSphere eXtreme Scale Client silently.

CAUTION:

Do not add trailing slashes, such as / or \, to the end of the installation location paths. These paths are specified with the installLocation attribute. Adding a slash to the end of the installation location can cause the installation to fail. For example, the following path would cause the installation to fail:

-OPT installLocation="/usr/IBM/WebSphere/eXtremeScale/"

The path should be specified as:

-OPT installLocation="/usr/IBM/WebSphere/eXtremeScale"


Response file for WebSphere eXtreme Scale full installation

################################################################################
#
# IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale V7.1.0 InstallShield Options File
#
# Wizard name: Install
# Wizard source: setup.jar
#
# This file can be used to configure Install with the options specified below
# when the wizard is run with the "-options" command line option. Read each
# setting's documentation for information on how to change its value.
# Please enclose all values within a single pair of double quotes.
# 
# A common use of an options file is to run the wizard in silent mode. This lets
# the options file author specify wizard settings without having to run the
# wizard in graphical or console mode. 

To use this options file for silent mode # execution, use the following command line arguments when running the wizard: # # -options "D:\installImage\WXS\wxssetup.response" -silent # # Note that the fully qualified response file name must be used. # ################################################################################ ################################################################################ # # License Acceptance # # Valid Values: # true - Accepts the license. Will install the product. # false - Declines the license. Install will not occur. # # If no install occurs, this will be logged to a temporary log file in the # user's temporary directory. # # By changing the silentInstallLicenseAcceptance property in this response file # to "true", you agree that you have reviewed and agree to the terms of the # IBM International Program License Agreement accompanying this program, which # is located at CD_ROOT\XD\wxs.primary.pak\repository\legal.xs\license.xs. If # you do not agree to these terms, do not change the value or otherwise # download, install, copy, access, or use the program and promptly return the # program and proof of entitlement to the party from whom you acquired it to # obtain a refund of the amount you paid. # -OPT silentInstallLicenseAcceptance="false" ################################################################################ # Non-blocking Prerequisite Checking # # To disable non-blocking prerequisite checking, uncomment # the following line. This will notify the installer to continue with # the installation and log the warnings even though the prerequisite checking # has failed. # #-OPT disableNonBlockingPrereqChecking="true" ################################################################################ # # Install Location # # The install location of the product. Specify a valid directory into which the # product should be installed. If the directory contains spaces, enclose it in # double-quotes as shown in the Windows example below. Note that spaces in the # install location is only supported on Windows operating systems. Maximum path # length is 60 characters for Windows. # # Below is the list of default install locations for each supported operating # system when you're installing as a root user. By default, in this response # file, the Windows install location is used. To use the default # install location for another operating system, uncomment the appropriate # default install location entry (by removing '#') and then comment out # (by adding '#') the Windows operating system entry below. # # The install location is used to determine if WebSphere eXtreme Scale should # be installed as a stand-alone deployment or if it should be integrated with # an existing WAS installation. # # If the location specified is an existing WAS or # WebSphere Network Deployment installation, then eXtreme Scale is integrated # with the exising WAS. If the location specified is # a new or empty directory, then WebSphere eXtreme Scale is installed as a # stand-alone deployment. # # Note: If the install location specified contains a previous installation of # WebSphere eXtreme Scale, WebSphere eXtended Deployment DataGrid or # ObjectGrid, the installation will fail. # # AIX Default Install Location: # # -OPT installLocation="/usr/IBM/WebSphere/eXtremeScale" # # HP-UX, Solaris or Linux Default Install Location: # # -OPT installLocation="/opt/IBM/WebSphere/eXtremeScale" # # # Windows Default Install Location: # -OPT installLocation="C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\eXtremeScale" # # When installing as a non-root user on Unix or a non-administrator on # Windows, the following default install locations are suggested. Be sure you # have write permission for the install location chosen. # # AIX Default Install Location: # # -OPT installLocation="<user's home>/IBM/WebSphere/eXtremeScale" # # HP-UX, Solaris or Linux Default Install Location: # # -OPT installLocation="<user's home>/IBM/WebSphere/eXtremeScale" # # Windows Default Install Location: # # -OPT installLocation="C:\IBM\WebSphere\eXtremeScale" ################################################################################ # Optional Features Installation # # Specify which of the optional features you wish to install by setting each # desired feature to "true". Set any optional features you do not want to # install to "false". # # The options selectServer, selectClient, selectPF, and selectXSStreamQuery are # only valid when the installLocation option above contains an installation of # WAS. The options are ignored on an WebSphere eXtreme # Scale standalone installation. # # On the WebSphere eXtreme Scale standalone installation, the eXtreme Scale # server and client are automatically installed. The feature options for the # eXtreme Scale standalone installation are selectXSConsoleOther and # selectXSStreamQueryOther. # # This option, when selected, installs the components that are required to run # WebSphere eXtreme Scale servers and the eXtreme Scale dynamic cache service # provider. If this option is selected, then the WebSphere eXtreme Scale Client # must also be selected by being uncommented and set to a value of "true". # Otherwise, silent install will FAIL. # -OPT selectServer="true" # # This option, when selected, installs the components that are required to run # WebSphere eXtreme Scale client applications. If the Server option is selected # above, then this option must also be selected by being uncommented and set to # a value of "true" or silent install will FAIL. # -OPT selectClient="true" # # This option, when selected, installs the components that are required to run # the WebSphere eXtreme Scale Console. If this option is selected, the install # location specified above must be a new or empty directory because the console # option is only valid for WebSphere eXtreme Scale stand-alone deployment.

To # install this option, the following option line must be uncommented and and set # to a value of "true". #-OPT selectXSConsoleOther="false" # # The following options, if selected will install DEPRECATED functionality. # # This option selects WebSphere Partition Facility for installation. # This functionality is DEPRECATED. To install this option, the following # option line must be uncommented and set to a value of "true". # #-OPT selectPF="false" # # This option selects WebSphere eXtreme Scale StreamQuery for WAS for # installation. This functionality is DEPRECATED. To install this option, # the following option line must be uncommented and set to a value of "true". # If this option is selected, then the WebSphere eXtreme Scale Client # must also be selected by being uncommented and set to a value of "true". # Otherwise, silent install will FAIL. # #-OPT selectXSStreamQuery="false" # # This option selects WebSphere eXtreme Scale StreamQuery for J2SE for # installation. This functionality is DEPRECATED. To install this option, # the following option line must be uncommented and set to a value of "true". # If this option is selected, then the WebSphere eXtreme Scale Client # must also be selected by being uncommented and set to a value of "true". # Otherwise, silent install will FAIL. # #-OPT selectXSStreamQueryOther="false" ################################################################################ # Profile list for augmentation # # Specify which of the existing profiles you wish to augment or comment the # line to augment every existing profiles detected by the intallation. # # To specify multiple profiles, use comma to separate different profile names. # For example, "AppSrv01,Dmgr01,Custom01". The list must not contain any spaces. # -OPT profileAugmentList="" ################################################################################ # Tracing Control # # The trace output format can be controlled via the option # -OPT traceFormat=ALL # # The choices for the format are 'text' and 'XML'. By default, both formats will # be produced, in two different trace files. # # If only one format is required, use the traceFormat option to specify which # one,... # # Valid Values: # # text - Lines in the trace file will be in a plain text format for easy # readability. # XML - Lines in the trace file will be in the standard Java logging XML # format which can be viewed using any text or XML editor or using the # Chainsaw tool from Apache at the following URL: # (http://logging.apache.org/log4j/docs/chainsaw.html). # # The amount of trace info captured can be controlled using the option: # -OPT traceLevel=INFO # # Valid Values: # # Trace Numerical # Level Level Description # ------- --------- --------------------------------------------------------- # OFF 0 No trace file is produced # SEVERE 1 Only severe errors are output to trace file # WARNING 2 Messages regarding non-fatal exceptions and warnings are # added to trace file # INFO 3 Informational messages are added to the trace file # (this is the default trace level) # CONFIG 4 Configuration related messages are added to the trace file # FINE 5 Tracing method calls for public methods # FINER 6 Tracing method calls for non public methods except # getters and setters # FINEST 7 Trace all method calls, trace entry/exit will include # parameters and return value


Response file for WebSphere eXtreme Scale Client installation

################################################################################
#
# IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale Client V7.1.0 InstallShield Options File
#
# Wizard name: Install
# Wizard source: setup.jar
#
# This file can be used to configure Install with the options specified below
# when the wizard is run with the "-options" command line option. Read each
# setting's documentation for information on how to change its value.
# Please enclose all values within a single pair of double quotes.
# 
# A common use of an options file is to run the wizard in silent mode. This lets
# the options file author specify wizard settings without having to run the
# wizard in graphical or console mode. 

To use this options file for silent mode # execution, use the following command line arguments when running the wizard: # # -options "D:\installImage\WXS_Client\wxssetup.response" -silent # # Note that the fully qualified response file name must be used. # ################################################################################ ################################################################################ # # License Acceptance # # Valid Values: # true - Accepts the license. Will install the product. # false - Declines the license. Install will not occur. # # If no install occurs, this will be logged to a temporary log file in the # user's temporary directory. # # By changing the silentInstallLicenseAcceptance property in this response file # to "true", you agree that you have reviewed and agree to the terms of the # IBM International Program License Agreement accompanying this program, which # is located at # CD_ROOT\WXS_Cleint\wxs.client.primary.pak\repository\legal.xs.client\license.xs. # If you do not agree to these terms, do not change the value or otherwise # download, install, copy, access, or use the program and promptly return the # program and proof of entitlement to the party from whom you acquired it to # obtain a refund of the amount you paid. # -OPT silentInstallLicenseAcceptance="false" ################################################################################ # Non-blocking Prerequisite Checking # # To disable non-blocking prerequisite checking, uncomment # the following line. This will notify the installer to continue with # the installation and log the warnings even though the prerequisite checking # has failed. # #-OPT disableNonBlockingPrereqChecking="true" ################################################################################ # # Install Location # # The install location of the product. Specify a valid directory into which the # product should be installed. If the directory contains spaces, enclose it in # double-quotes as shown in the Windows example below. Note that spaces in the # install location is only supported on Windows operating systems. Maximum path # length is 60 characters for Windows. # # Below is the list of default install locations for each supported operating # system when you're installing as a root user. By default, in this response # file, the Windows install location is used. To use the default # install location for another operating system, uncomment the appropriate # default install location entry (by removing '#') and then comment out # (by adding '#') the Windows operating system entry below. # # The install location is used to determine if WebSphere eXtreme Scale should # be installed as a stand-alone deployment or if it should be integrated with # an existing WAS installation. # # If the location specified is an existing WAS or # WebSphere Network Deployment installation, then eXtreme Scale is integrated # with the exising WAS. If the location specified is # a new or empty directory, then WebSphere eXtreme Scale is installed as a # stand-alone deployment. # # Note: If the install location specified contains a previous installation of # WebSphere eXtreme Scale, WebSphere eXtended Deployment DataGrid or # ObjectGrid, the installation will fail. # # AIX Default Install Location: # # -OPT installLocation="/usr/IBM/WebSphere/eXtremeScale" # # HP-UX, Solaris or Linux Default Install Location: # # -OPT installLocation="/opt/IBM/WebSphere/eXtremeScale" # # # Windows Default Install Location: # -OPT installLocation="C:\Program Files\IBM\WebSphere\eXtremeScale" # # When installing as a non-root user on Unix or a non-administrator on # Windows, the following default install locations are suggested. Be sure you # have write permission for the install location chosen. # # AIX Default Install Location: # # -OPT installLocation="<user's home>/IBM/WebSphere/eXtremeScale" # # HP-UX, Solaris or Linux Default Install Location: # # -OPT installLocation="<user's home>/IBM/WebSphere/eXtremeScale" # # Windows Default Install Location: # # -OPT installLocation="C:\IBM\WebSphere\eXtremeScale" ################################################################################ # Profile list for augmentation # # Specify which of the existing profiles you wish to augment or comment the # line to augment every existing profiles detected by the intallation. # # To specify multiple profiles, use comma to separate different profile names. # For example, "AppSrv01,Dmgr01,Custom01". The list must not contain any spaces. # -OPT profileAugmentList="" ################################################################################ # Tracing Control # # The trace output format can be controlled via the option # -OPT traceFormat=ALL # # The choices for the format are 'text' and 'XML'. By default, both formats will # be produced, in two different trace files. # # If only one format is required, use the traceFormat option to specify which # one,... # # Valid Values: # # text - Lines in the trace file will be in a plain text format for easy # readability. # XML - Lines in the trace file will be in the standard Java logging XML # format which can be viewed using any text or XML editor or using the # Chainsaw tool from Apache at the following URL: # (http://logging.apache.org/log4j/docs/chainsaw.html). # # The amount of trace info captured can be controlled using the option: # -OPT traceLevel=INFO # # Valid Values: # # Trace Numerical # Level Level Description # ------- --------- --------------------------------------------------------- # OFF 0 No trace file is produced # SEVERE 1 Only severe errors are output to trace file # WARNING 2 Messages regarding non-fatal exceptions and warnings are # added to trace file # INFO 3 Informational messages are added to the trace file # (this is the default trace level) # CONFIG 4 Configuration related messages are added to the trace file # FINE 5 Tracing method calls for public methods # FINER 6 Tracing method calls for non public methods except # getters and setters # FINEST 7 Trace all method calls, trace entry/exit will include # parameters and return value


Parent topic:

Silently installing a CIP or an IIP