How to configure a Response File to Install SystemEDGE

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Article ID: 36166

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CA Server Automation CA Virtual Assurance for IM

Issue/Introduction

Summary:
Instructions on how to install SystemEDGE using a response file.

Background: 

Installing SystemEDGE with a Response File will allow SystemEDGE to be installed unattended with desired configurations at install.

Environment: 

Windows, Linux

Instructions: 

  1. Create a Response file
  2. Inside Response file add Variables, One per line (Listed in Additional Information)
  3. Run installation command line:

    WINDOWS:
    ca-setup EULA_ACCEPTED="yes" CA_SETUP_RESPONSE_FILE=”pathtorspfile”

    LINUX:
    sh ca-setup.sh EULA_ACCEPTED="yes" CA_SETUP_RESPONSE_FILE=”pathtorspfile”

Additional Information:

Example of a response file:

CASE_SNMP_PORT=1691
CASE_MANAGER_HOSTNAME=Managerhostname.ca.com
variable3=value
variable4=value 

Variables: Variable Descriptions

  • CA_SETUP_LOG_FILE
  • CA_SETUP_VERBOSE
  • CASE_INSTALLDIR
  • CASE_PUBDATADIR
  • CASE_SNMP_PORT
  • CASE_SNMP_SYS_DESC
  • CASE_SNMP_SYS_LOC
  • CASE_SNMP_SYS_CONTACT
  • CASE_SNMP_READ_COMMUNITY
  • CASE_SNMP_READ_ALLOWED_MANAGERS
  • CASE_SNMP_WRITE_COMMUNITY
  • CASE_SNMP_WRITE_ALLOWED_MANAGERS
  • CASE_SNMP_TRAP_COMMUNITY
  • CASE_SNMP_TRAP_DESTINATION
  • CASE_SNMP_TRAP_PORT
  • CASE_DISABLE_NATIVE_SNMP
  • CASE_DEFAULT_FROM_NATIVE_SNMP
  • CASE_MANAGER_HOSTNAME
  • CASE_MANAGER_POLICY_NAME
  • CASE_PRIVSEP_USER
  • CASE_START_AFTER_INSTALL
  • CASE_INSTALL_DOCS CASE_LEGACY_MODE

Environment

Release: SEAUBC99000-12.7-Server Automation-Base Configuration
Component: