Be prepared to provide the following settings using command-line arguments:
  • The location of a valid license file
  • The name and password for an administrative account, which is also called the root user distinguished name (DN).
  • An available port for PingDataGovernance Server to accept HTTPS requests
  • An available LDAPS port for PingDataGovernance Server to accept administrative requests
  • Information related to the server's connection security, including the location of a keystore that contains the server certificate, the nickname of that server certificate, and the location of a truststore
  • The amount of memory to reserve for usage by the Java virtual machine (JVM)
  • A unique instance name for the server
  • Run the setup tool to install the server noninteractively.
  • For more information about the available setup options, run setup with the --help argument, which displays a complete list of setup options, along with examples.
    $ ./setup --help
The following example sets up PingDataGovernance with these settings:
  • LDAP port 8389
  • LDAPS port 8636
  • HTTPS port 8443
  • An automatically generated self-signed server certificate
  • 1 GB of memory reserved for the server’s JVM
  • A unique server instance name of dg1
  • A server location of Austin
$ ./setup \
  --cli --no-prompt --acceptLicense \
  --licenseKeyFile <path-to-license> \
  --rootUserDN "cn=directory manager" \
  --rootUserPassword <your-password> \
  --ldapPort 8389 --ldapsPort 8636 \
  --httpsPort 8443 \
  --generateSelfSignedCertificate \
  --maxHeapSize 1g \
  --instanceName dg1 \
  --location Austin