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Before you perform an upgrade on an agent workstation, ensure that all Tivoli Workload Scheduler processes and services are stopped. If you have jobs that are currently running, you must manually stop the related processes.
You can install/upgrade Tivoli Workload Scheduler agents using four different methods:
You can customize the response file based on your environment:
For a UNIX or Linux agent upgrade, use the following syntax:
./SETUP.bin -options <local_dir>/response_file.txt -silent
twsinst -update -uname username
The language in which the twsinst messages are displayed. If not specified, the system LANG is used. If the related catalog is missing, the default C language catalog is used.
Using TCM software packages. You can also use IBM Tivoli Configuration Manager or IBM Tivoli Provisioning Manager to upgrade your agents. The software package block uses a number of Tivoli Workload Scheduler parameters to perform the upgrade. You can assign values to each variable to reflect the installation that is being upgraded; otherwise, the default value is assigned.
Silent installation using an automatically generated response file
During the initial installation of the current version of Tivoli Workload Scheduler, you can create a response file based on the parameters of the initial installation. You use this response file to run subsequent installations with the same parameters. Creating an automatically generated response file is recommended because all input is automatically validated by the program.
To perform a silent installation using an automatically generated response file, perform the following steps:
Perform the initial installation using the following command:
SETUP.exe -options-record <local_dir>\response_file.txt
where response_file.txt is the name of the response file to be created. The SETUP.exe file is located in the WINDOWS directory. See Installation media.
UNIX® and Linux®
./SETUP.bin -options-record <local_dir>/response_file.txt
where response_file.txt is the name of the response file to be created. The SETUP.sh file is located in the root directory of the relevant installation DVD. See Installation media.
The installation wizard is launched. Follow the prompts and complete the installation (see Using the installation wizard). A response file is created in the directory that you specified in the setup command.
Although the response file contains the parameters that you entered in the installation wizard, be aware that you might need to edit the file for each subsequent installation. This depends on the configuration of each workstation.Note:
The response file that is created will contain unencrypted password information.
SETUP.exe -options <local_dir>\response_file.txt -silent
|UNIX and Linux||
./SETUP.bin -options <local_dir>/response_file.txt -silent
Installing a new non-integratable agentYou can use the twsinst script to install non-integratable agents on UNIX® and Linux®.
Use twsinst to install non-integratable agents only if you do not run a JVM on the workstation. If this is not your situation, you might choose to perform a silent installation instead. See Performing a silent installation.
Agents installed using twsinst can only be uninstalled using twsinst. Agents installed using twsinst do not support the connector feature.
Refer to http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=672&uid=swg27012175 for a complete list of supported operating systems.
During the installation process, twsinst creates a file in the /TWA/TWS directory for each of the installation steps. If you stop and restart the installation, the installation process starts from the installation step where it was stopped.
To install a non-integratable agent, perform the following steps:
A successful installation using the twsinst issues the return code RC = 0. A failed installation issues the return code RC = 1. In the case of a failed installation, refer to Installation, uninstallation, and upgrade messages.
twsinst -u | -v
twsinst -new -uname <username> [-thiscpu <workstation>] [-master <workstation>] [-port <port_number>] [-company <company_name>] [-inst_dir <install_dir>] [-lang <lang_id>] [-create_link] [-skip_usercheck] [-reset_perm]
Note:This is the language in which the installation log is recorded, and not the language of the installed engine instance. twsinst installs all languages as default.
./twsinst -new -uname <TWS_user> -thiscpu phughes -master TWSmdm -port 37124 -company IBM
Using TCM software packages
Non-integratable agents can be installed distributing a software package block (SPB), using the Software Distribution component of Tivoli® Configuration Manager, Versions 4.1, 4.2, 4.2.1, 4.2.2, or 4.2.3. You can distribute the SPB, using either the command line interface or from the Tivoli desktop.Note:
Do not modify the SPB supplied with the product.
An SPB exists for each supported operating system located on the installation disks under the directory of the operating system. The SPBs are named according to the operating system: Tivoli_TWS_<operating_system>.SPB. For the packages to be distributed, they must be imported in software package profiles . The software package profiles must be named according to the operating system and user: FP_TWS_<operating_system>_<TWS_user>.8.5.00. Possible values for operating system are:
An SPB also exists to install language packs: Tivoli_TWS_LP.SPB. The software package profiles must be named according to the user: Tivoli_TWS_LP_<TWS_user>.8.5.00. The language pack software package block is located in the root directory of the installation DVD.
Tivoli Workload Scheduler installation parameters are defined as default variables in the software package. Table 12 is a list of installation parameters.
|installer||Windows® operating systems only. The user ID of the installer of Tivoli Workload Scheduler. The default value is Administrator.|
|install_dir||Required. The fully qualified path to the location
of the Tivoli Workload Scheduler installation. This path cannot contain
blanks. On Windows workstations, the path is created if it does not
already exist. On UNIX® and Linux® operating systems, the path is the
same as the user's home directory. The default values are:
|tws_user||Required. The user name for which Tivoli Workload
Scheduler instance is being installed. On Windows systems, if this user
account does not already exist, it is automatically created. If you
specify a domain user or domain controller, you must specify the domain
in the domain variable. If you specify a local user with the
same name as a domain user, the local user must first be created manually
by an administrator and then identified as <system_name>\<user_name>.
On UNIX and Linux operating systems, this user account must be created manually before running the installation.
The default value is <user_name>.
|domain||Optional unless the user is a domain user. Windows operating systems only. The domain name of the user. If you specify a domain user, specify the name as domain_name\<user_name>. The default value is <computer_name>.|
|backup_dir||Optional. Indicates the location to where the current installation is copied before it is upgraded. The default value is <install_dir>_backup_<TWS_user>.|
|pwd (for Windows only)||Required for Windows operating systems when performing a first time install. The password associated with the <TWS_user> user name. The SPB password variable is passed to the pwd variable.|
||Required. This parameter must always be set to true.|
|company||Optional. The company name. This name appears in program headers and reports. The default value is COMPANY.|
|this_cpu||Required. The name of the workstation on which you are performing the installation. The name cannot exceed 16 characters and cannot contain spaces. The default value is THIS_CPU.|
|master_cpu||Optional. The name of the master domain manager. The name cannot exceed 16 characters and cannot contain spaces. The default is MASTER.|
|tcp_port||Required. The TCP/IP port number used by the instance being installed. When installing more than one instance on the same workstation, use different port numbers for each instance. It must be an unassigned 16-bit value in the range 1-65535. The default value is 31111.|
|fresh_install||Required. Indicates if this is a first time install. To perform a fresh installation, specify true. To perform an upgrade, specify false. The default value is true.|
|upgrade||Required. Indicates if the install is an upgrade. To perform an upgrade, specify true. To perform a fresh installation, specify false. The default value is false.|
|from_release||When you specify upgrade="true", you must also specify from_release indicating the release of the existing instance. The default value is 8.2 and the format is 8.x.x.|
|backup||Optional. Indicates a backup. For a fresh install, specify false. The default value is false.|
When installing, the installation procedure checks that there is sufficient space for the Tivoli Workload Scheduler engine to be installed. It does not, however, check that there is sufficient space for the Configuration Manager backup directory specified in the swdis.ini file. Before you begin installing, make sure that there is enough space available in the directory specified in the backup_dir parameter in the swdis.ini file according to the operating system. Refer to the Tivoli® Configuration Manager documentation for these space requirements.
To perform the installation, complete the following steps:
Note that the supplied software packages must be installed as COMMITTED. The packages cannot be installed as UNDOABLE because the UNDO action does not rollback the product registry entries.
For complete instructions on performing these tasks, refer to wimpspo and wdinstsp in the IBM® Tivoli Configuration Manager, Reference Manual for Software Distribution, and the IBM Tivoli Configuration Manager, User's Guide for Software Distribution.
The following are examples of the settings required to perform a fresh installation of an agent on Windows® and UNIX® workstations. See Table 12 for a description of the parameters.
wdinstsp -f -uy -D install_dir="C:\ibm\TWS\twsuser\TWS" -D tws_user="twsuser" -D password="twspasswd" -D company="company_name" -D this_cpu="CPU_name" -D master_cpu="MTMDM" -D tcp_port="33311" -D domain="domain_name" -n "FP_TWS_WINDOWS_twsuser.8.5.0.00" "C:\Output\TWS_VLAST\WINDOWS\Tivoli_TWS_WINDOWS.SPB"
wdinstsp -f -uy -D install_dir=/home/twsuser/TWS -D tws_user=twsuser -D company=company_name -D this_cpu=cpu_name -D master_cpu=MTMDM -D tcp_port=33311 -D serverName=server1 -n FP_TWS_WINDOWS_twsuser.8.5.0.00 /mnt/gsa/home/s/l/user1/web/public/SPB_INSTALL/LINUX_I386/Tivoli_TWS_LINUX_I386.SPB
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