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fujitsu:hpcgateway:guides:admin:install:installation_update [2017/03/21 11:02] (current)
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 -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root  214 Oct 14 09:38 hcs.update.sh -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root  214 Oct 14 09:38 hcs.update.sh
  
-# ./​hcs.update.sh /​opt/​hpcg/​repo/​installer/​install.hpcg.cfg+# ./​hcs.update.sh ​-c /​opt/​hpcg/​repo/​installer/​install.hpcg.cfg
  
 ... wait for update is complete ... ... wait for update is complete ...
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 $ source /​opt/​hpcg/​core/​etc/​profile.sh $ source /​opt/​hpcg/​core/​etc/​profile.sh
 $ hpcg.sh -s status $ hpcg.sh -s status
-mongo is running [14751+ => Status  ​mongo                : ​running [27850
-jetty is running [15295+ => Status  ​jetty                : ​running [22000
-cluster ​XXX is running [18892]+ => Status ​ php                  : running [21256] 
 + => Status  ​cluster.rnd01 ​       : running [24204]
  
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 Usage: Usage:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-# hcs.update.sh ​[config_file] +# hcs.update.sh ​-h 
-# hcs.update.sh [key] [config_file]+ 
 +Available options are: 
 + 
 +    -h|--help|-?​ 
 +        This help 
 + 
 +    -k  install | update | python | java | mongo | jetty | torii | cluster 
 +        Select a key for installation 
 +        When update, -c path_to_config_file is mandatory (-c /​opt/​hpcg/​repo/​installer/​install.hpcg.cfg) 
 + 
 +    -c path_to_config_file 
 +        Path to the config file to read for installation 
 +        This is a mandatory option when update ​to select the file that has been used during the installation 
 +        Usually, it is located in /​opt/​hpcg/​repo/​installer/​install.hpcg.cfg 
 + 
 +    -ignore_check | -continue 
 +        Continue the installation even if there is a previous installation. 
 +        It is an appropriate option only for a full installation (-k install) 
 + 
 +    -install_mode ​ silent | confirm 
 +        Mode silent is default when -k install
  
-Where: 
-   key = all | update | python | java | mongo | jetty | cluster 
-   ​config_file = path to a config file 
 </​code>​ </​code>​