Response file examples

This topic provides some examples of how to create a response.properties file for installing PulseUno in silent mode.

Windows examples

Example 1 (Windows). Installing the PulseUno server with an embedded PostgreSQL database. The Git and Vault servers are not installed.

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USER_INSTALL_DIR=C:\\Program Files\\Micro Focus\\PulseUno
FEATURE_PulseUno=1 
FEATURE_VAULTSERVER=0 
FEATURE_GITSERVER=0 
PULSE_PASSPHRASE=my-secret 
GITSERVER_URL=http://remotehost:8080/git-server 
VAULTSERVER_URL=http://remotehost:8080/vault-server
PULSE_DATA_DIR=C:\\ProgramData\\Micro Focus\\PulseUno
DB_EMBEDDED_POSTGRES=1 
DB_POSTGRES=0 
DB_ORACLE=0 
DB_MSSQL=0 
PG_E_ADMINUSER=postgres-username
PG_E_ADMINPASS=postgres-password
PG_E_PORT=5432 
TC_PORT=8080 
MAIL_SERVER_HOST=localhost
MAIL_SERVER_PORT=25

 

Example 2 (Windows). Installing only the Vault server.

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USER_INSTALL_DIR=C:\\Program Files\\Micro Focus\\PulseUno 
FEATURE_PulseUno=0 
FEATURE_VAULTSERVER=1 
FEATURE_GITSERVER=0 
PULSE_PASSPHRASE=my-secret
PULSE_HOSTNAME=remotehost
PULSE_PORT=8080
PULSE_DATA_DIR=C:\\ProgramData\\Micro Focus\\PulseUno 
DB_EMBEDDED_POSTGRES=0 
DB_POSTGRES=0
DB_ORACLE=0 
DB_MSSQL=0 
TC_PORT=8080

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Linux examples

Example 1 (Linux). A full installation using an existing Oracle database.

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USER_INSTALL_DIR=/opt/microfocus/PulseUno
FEATURE_PulseUno=1 
FEATURE_VAULTSERVER=1
FEATURE_GITSERVER=1 
PULSE_PASSPHRASE=my-secret
PULSE_DATA_DIR=/opt/microfocus/PulseUno/data
DB_ORACLE=1 
DB_POSTGRES=0
DB_NAME=oracle-database
DB_HOST=localhost
DB_USER=oracle-username
DB_USER_PWD=oracle-password
TC_PORT=8080
TC_USER=tomcat-username
MAIL_SERVER_HOST=localhost
MAIL_SERVER_PORT=25

 

Example 2 (Linux). Installing only the Git server.

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USER_INSTALL_DIR=/opt/microfocus/PulseUno 
FEATURE_PulseUno=0 
FEATURE_VAULTSERVER=0 
FEATURE_GITSERVER=1 
PULSE_PASSPHRASE=my-secret
PULSE_HOSTNAME=remotehost
PULSE_PORT=8080
PULSE_DATA_DIR=/opt/microfocus/PulseUno/data
DB_ORACLE=0
DB_POSTGRES=0
TC_PORT=8080
TC_USER=tomcat-username

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