When SharePlex was installed, a file named install.log was installed in the SharePlex product directory. This file contains a record of all files created on the system by the installation program. When you run the uninstall program to remove SharePlex, it reads install.log to determine which files to remove.
If you select the Automatic uninstall option, it removes the following components for all instances of SharePlex (all SharePlex services on all ports):
Use the Custom uninstall option to remove specific files while leaving the others intact.
The uninstall program does not remove the following components.
Perform these tasks in the order shown.
Before you remove the SharePlex software from the system, follow these steps to stop and remove each SharePlex service on the system. If you remove SharePlex first, you cannot use SpUtils to stop and remove the service and must do so from the Services utility of the Windows Control Panel.
From Start menu, click Programs, then navigate to the SharePlex program folder and click Uninstall. Alternatively, you can use the Windows Control Panel as you normally would to remove software.
In the Select Uninstall Method dialog box, select an uninstall option.
Select Automatic to remove everything listed in Files removed by the uninstall program. This is the recommended procedure because it is the cleanest way to remove SharePlex from the system. Click Finish to execute the uninstallation.
Select Custom to selectively remove files. Use this option only if you must retain some files while deleting others. You receive a series of prompts to remove different sets of files.
The MKS Platform Components software and NuTCRACKER service (and corresponding Registry entries) are removed when you uninstall SharePlex using the Automatic option.
NOTE: Changing and removing Windows Registry components may be harmful to the system. Contact your System Administrator for assistance if needed.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432\Node\Mortice Kern Systems
Important! If you intend to reinstall SharePlex or MKS Toolkit, they will not reinstall unless these Registry entries are removed.
This uninstaller does not remove the SharePlex database objects. All SharePlex objects are installed in the SharePlex schema or database that was specified when the Database Setup portion of the installation was performed.
The use of additional command line options when installing SharePlex is usually not necessary. These options are typically employed when working with Support to resolve specific issues.
The installer command line options and their descriptions follow:
tpm [<options>] [ [<package> | <location>] ... ]
-v, --verbose Turns verbose mode on
-h, -?, --help Prints out this message
--debug Starts the interactive debugger
--info Print information about installed
--install Perform product installation
--remove Perform product deinstallation
--commit Commit last installation
--revert Revert last installation
-t, --tmp <directory> Temporary directory location
-d, --directory <directory> Working directory
-f, --force Unconditionally update existing files
--no-cleanup Do not perform cleanup on failure
--nocleanup Same as --no-cleanup, for compatibility
--list List the content of the archive
--extract Extract the archive into the current directory
-r, --responses <yaml file> Use the responses from a specified file
-D, --defaults Accept default answers
-l, --log Leave the installation log file
Provides package management facilities. Packages can be installed, removed, reverted or committed. The utility also figures out its role based on the command name of its invocation path. For example, "tpm-install" is treated as "tpm --install", "tpm-remove" as "tpm --remove", etc.
It can also be invoked as part of a self extracting package invocation, in which case it is treated as "tpm --install".
Note: All command line options for the .tpm file are preceded by two dashes.
You can install SharePlex as a root user. When you install as a root user, the installer prompts you to select whether or not to create the SharePlex user groups. When the installer creates the groups, it adds the SharePlex Administrator user to the spadmin group. For more information about these groups, see Assign SharePlex users to security groups.
In a cluster, the installer adds the SharePlex groups to the primary node, but you must add them to the other nodes yourself.
Additionally, see Network checklist for instructions on adding the groups to a nameserver.
To install as root
Copy the SharePlex installer file to a temporary directory where you have write permissions. The installer file has a naming format of:
Change the permissions of the file as follows:
# chmod 555 SharePlex-release#-platform.tpm
SharePlex can be installed unattended through the use of a response file. This installation method speeds the installation of multiple SharePlex instances. The file supplies responses to the standard installer prompts, while providing on screen status information.
Note:When running in unattended mode, the installation process does not call the system password utility. If you create a new SharePlex user during the installation, that user will remain locked until the password is set manually.
Response files that you can edit are located in the install subdirectory of the SharePlex product (installation) directory:
Important! The response file contains two sections. Only the top section is user configurable. Do not edit the bottom section. The bottom section begins with the line "Do not change settings that appear below."
Edit the top section of the response file to provide the responses for the installation. Only edit the values to the right of the colon, and make certain there is a space between the colon and the response.
The following example is for non-root installation:
# To install SharePlex with the unattended option please
# modify the settings below. You may safely modify only the values
# to the right of the colon, and the colon must be immediately
# followed by a space. Editing the values to the left of the colon
# may impact the unattended install causing the process to become
SharePlex Admin group: spadmin
product directory location: /home/splex/proddir
variable data directory location: /home/splex/vardir
# not required for Open Target installations # ORACLE_SID that corresponds to this installation: oracledb
# not required for Open Target installations# ORACLE_HOME directory that corresponds to this ORACLE_SID: /home/oracle/products/version
TCP/IP port number for SharePlex communications: 2100
the License key: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
the customer name associated with this license key: SharePlex_Trial
To run the response file
From the command shell of the operating system, run the .tpm installation file with the -r option followed by the full path to the response file.
# ./installation_file -r /users/shareplex/product.rsp
For additional setup requirements, see the Next Steps section in one of the following depending on the platform:
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