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.