The table below lists the supported arguments.
|Command Line Argument Key||Description||Possible Values||Example|
The unattended install mode to run the installer in. It runs with all default values unless otherwise specified
The unattended upgrades remove known IA modules that are deprecated, leaves third party as they are, and upgrades currently installed bundled modules. Additionally, unattended upgrades do not trigger the Ignition service to start automatically. The Ignition service must be started by a user.
The argument also works with the uninstaller, allowing for unattended uninstalls.
|textMode||Whether to run this installer in interactive text mode regardless of graphical support. Note that unattended supersedes this value.||true - run in text mode||"textMode=true"|
|location||Overrides the default installation directory, allowing you to specify where Ignition should be installed.||A fully qualified file path||"location=/usr/local/ignition"|
The logging level for the installer. The default is INFO, however more detail can be provided, revealing more information about the install process, as wells as the installer's internal operations.
Options are (from most granular to least granular):
|user||Sets the ownership of the install to this user.||The username (as recognized by the operating system) that should be the owner of the installation.||"user=myUser"|
Sets the service name for the Gateway. Defaults to "Ignition". When running the graphical installer, the service is installed immediately on Windows and set for optional future installs on Linux/Mac .
When using this key with the unattended key during an upgrade, the existing service on windows will be removed, and replaced by a new service.
Boolean that specifies whether or not to automatically start the Gateway after installing or upgrading is complete. By default, clean installs will automatically start the Gateway, but upgrades will not. Will revert to default behavior if this argument is not specified.
The following examples demonstrate how arguments can be used when running the installer. For the purposes of these examples, any mention of a user directory will use "yourUser", and the Ignition version number in the installer name will be "8.1.14". These should be replaced by appropriate values when attempting to run the installer on your system. Additionally, depending on the Ignition version you are installing you may also need to remove the "x" from "x64" text.