Installation Manager Command Line

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Installation Manager command line

When you cannot use the IBM® Installation Manager user interface, you can use Installation Manager command line (imcl) to manage installations from the tools subdirectory. You can use imcl commands with either the installed version of Installation Manager or the Installation Manager installer. This page contains the following sections:

1. Command-line arguments for imcl

2. Viewing repository contents

3. Storing credentials

4. Installing Installation Manager by using imcl

5. Installing Installation Manager on z/OS by using imcl

6. Installing packages by using imcl

7. Uninstalling packages by using imcl

8. Uninstalling Installation Manager by using imcl






1. Command-line arguments for imcl

Use this reference table to learn more about using the commands in the Installation Manager command line (imcl).

You must run imcl commands from the tools directory.

To locate the tools directory when you are using the Installation Manager installer:

  • Windows: <installation_files_directory>\InstallerImage_platform\tools
  • Linux or UNIX: <installation_files_directory>/InstallerImage_platform/tools

To locate the tools directory when you have Installation Manager installed:

  • Windows®: <install_dir>\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse\tools
  • Linux® or UNIX®: <install_dir>/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools
 

Note: After installing Installation Manager, you run the imcl commands from the tools directory in the program files. You do not continue to run commands from the tools directory in the installer files.

 

Commands

Commands Description
imcl help, -help, -h, ?, -? <command>
When used alone, help shows the available commands for Installation Manager. When used with another command, a short description of the command displays.
imcl install <id>_<version>,feature -<options>
Install packages, updates, fixes, or features. If a version is not specified, the latest version of the package is installed. Separate lists of fixes or features with a comma (,). If a list of features is not specified, all default features are installed. Separate a list of packages with spaces.
imcl listAvailablePackages
See a list of packages in a specified repository that are available to install.
imcl listInstalledPackages
See a list of packages that are installed.
imcl uninstall
Uninstall packages, updates, fixes, or features. If a version is not specified, the latest version of the package is uninstalled. Separate lists of fixes or features with a comma (,). If a list of features is not specified, all default features are uninstalled. Separate a list of packages with spaces.
imcl uninstallAll
Uninstall all packages in a specified repository.

 

Options

Options Description
-acceptLicense
If the package you are installing requires that the license agreement is accepted to install, you must include the acceptLicense option with your install command. This option is not unique to imcl.
-accessRights <mode>
This option is not unique to imcl. See Installation Manager command-line arguments in the Installation Manager information center for more information about accessRights.

Note: You cannot change the mode that the installed packages are run in with the accessRights option. accessRights specifies only the mode to run Installation Manager in.

-dataLocation <directory>

This option is not unique to imcl. See Installation Manager command-line arguments in the Installation Manager information center for more information about dataLocation.

Note: The option cannot be used with the skipInstall option.

-eclipseLocation <eclipse_directory>
The Eclipse target directory for installing into an existing Eclipse location.
-installationDirectory
The installation directory for the package. If the installationDirectory option is not specified, the default location is used.
-keyring <keyring_file> [-password <password>]

Specify the keyring file that contains the credentials for authenticating with protected repositories, such as Passport Advantage. If your keyring file is protected, include the password option and the password for the keyring file.

This option is not unique to imcl. See Installation Manager command-line arguments in the Installation Manager information center for more information about keyring files.

-long
Use to view additional information about packages and features that can be installed from a repository or are installed already in a repository. When specified, your summary includes the repository paths, the package IDs and versions, the display names and versions, and the feature IDs.
-nl <value>
This option is not unique to imcl. The following list contains the currently supported language codes that can be listed as locale values:
  • English (en)
  • French (fr)
  • Italian (it)
  • Simplified Chinese (zh_CN)
  • Russian (ru)
  • Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) (zh_TW)
  • Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong S.A.R. of the PRC) (zh_HK)
  • German (de)
  • Japanese (ja)
  • Polish (pl)
  • Spanish (es)
  • Czech (cs)
  • Hungarian (hu)
  • Korean (ko)
  • Portuguese (pt_BR)
-preferences <key_1>=<value_1>,<key_2>=<value_2>
A list of preference keys used to customize a package installation.
-properties <key_1>=<value_1>,<key_2>=<value_2>
The package group profile properties, such as languages.
-repositories <source_repository_1>,<source_repository_2>
The source repository or repositories where the available packages are installed from.

You can include a list of repositories by separating each with a comma.

-sharedResourcesDirectory <shared_directory>
The shared resources directory. If a shared resources directory has already been created, you must use that location. If you want to change the shared resources directory, you must uninstall all packages and install the packages into the new location.
-skipInstall <agent_data_location>
Use the skipInstall option to view the result of running a command, without performing the action. You cannot use the skipInstall option with the dataLocation option. You must specify the agent data location with the skipInstall option.



2. Viewing repository contents

Run imcl commands to view the packages, features, and updates in a repository that are available to install. You can also view the packages that are already installed into a repository.

 

Viewing packages available to install

To view the packages and features in a source repository that are available to install:

  1. Open a command-line utility.
  2. Open the tools directory.
    To locate the tools directory when you have Installation Manager installed:
    • Windows®: <install_dir>\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse\tools
    • Linux® or UNIX®: <install_dir>/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools
    To locate the tools directory when you are using the Installation Manager installer:
    • Windows: <installation_files_directory>\InstallerImage_platform\tools
    • Linux or UNIX: <installation_files_directory>/InstallerImage_platform/tools
  3. Run the command to list available packages:

    imcl listAvailablePackages -repositories <source_repository1>,<source_repository2>

    Examples using the features and long options:
    • Windows: imcl listAvailablePackages -repositories http://server/repository,"C:\Installation Files\IBM" -features -long
    • Linux or UNIX: ./imcl listAvailablePackages -repositories http://server/repository -features -long

 

Results

When you run the listAvailablePackages command with the repository option, the returned information is a list of packages in the following format:

id_version_1
id_version_2

When you run the listAvailablePackages command with the repository, features and long options, the returned information includes a longer description of the packages and also the features that are included in the repository. The returned information is in the following format:

repository_path_1 : id_version_1 : display_name_1 : display_version_1 : featureId_a,featureId_b,featureId_c
repository_path_2 : id_version_2 : display_name_2 : display_version_2 : featureId_a,featureId_b,featureId_c

 

Viewing installed packages

To view the installed packages and features in a repository:

  1. Open a command-line utility.
  2. Open the tools directory.
    To locate the tools directory when you have Installation Manager installed:
    • Windows: <install_dir>\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse\tools
    • Linux or UNIX: <install_dir>/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools
    To locate the tools directory when you are using the Installation Manager installer:
    • Windows: <installation_files_directory>\InstallerImage_platform\tools
    • Linux or UNIX: <installation_files_directory>/InstallerImage_platform/tools
  3. Run the command to list installed packages:

    imcl listInstalledPackages

    Examples using the features and long options:
    • Windows: imcl listInstalledPackages -features -long
    • Linux or UNIX: ./imcl listInstalledPackages -features -long

 

Results

When you run the listInstalledPackages command, the returned information is a list of packages in the following format:

id_version_1
id_version_2

When you run the listInstalledPackages command with the features and long options, the returned information includes a longer description of the packages and also the features that are included in the repository. The returned information is in the following format:

install_location_1 : id_version_1 : display_name_1 : display_version_1 : featureId_a,featureId_b,featureId_c
install_location_2 : id_version_2 : display_name_2 : display_version_2 : featureId_a,featureId_b,featureId_c
 
 

 

3. Storing credentials

In a keyring file, you can store credentials for URLs that require authentication, such as repositories, proxy servers, and response files. The IBM® Installation Manager command line (imcl) cannot create a keyring file. To create a keyring file, use the Installation Manager command-line tool imutilsc from the Installation Manager tools directory to authenticate with repositories.

Installation Manager uses the Eclipse infrastructure to save credentials to a keyring file. When you use the -keyring <file> -password <password> argument, Eclipse creates a keyring file if a keyring file does not exist. If you are using a pre-existing keyring file, the new credentials are added and the previous credentials are not overwritten.

For additional information about keyring files, see the Eclipse workbench user guide, which is available from http://www.eclipse.org.

 

Procedure

To store credentials in a keyring file by using the Installation Manager imutilsc command:

  1. From the command line, open the tools directory.
    To locate the tools directory when you have Installation Manager installed:
    • Windows®: <install_dir>\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse\tools
    • Linux® or UNIX®: <install_dir>/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools
    To locate the tools directory when you are using the Installation Manager installer:
    • Windows: <installation_files_directory>\InstallerImage_platform\tools
    • Linux or UNIX: <installation_files_directory>/InstallerImage_platform/tools
  2. Run the following command:
    imutilsc saveCredential   
    	-url <address> 
    	-userName <user name> -userPassword <password> 
    	-keyring <keyring_file> [ -password <password> ]  
    	[ -proxyHost <proxy host> -proxyPort <proxy port>
    		[ -proxyUsername <proxy user name> 
    		  -proxyUserPassword <proxy user password> ]
     		[ -useSocks ] ]   
    	[ -verbose ]
    The keyring file is saved to the specified location.
  3. Repeat to store the credentials for multiple URLs in one keyring file.
 

What to do next

After creating a keyring file, you can use the -keyring <keyring_file> -password <password> options with the installation or uninstallation imcl commands.

 


 

4. Installing Installation Manager by using imcl

Install Installation Manager silently from the tools directory by using the Installation Manager command line (imcl) installation command.

 

Before you begin

  • Create a keyring file if you are using repositories that require authentication. See the Storing credentials section above for information about how to create a keyring file.

 

Procedure

To install Installation Manager by using imcl:

  1. Open a command-line utility.
  2. Open the tools directory.
    • Windows®: <installation_files_directory>\InstallerImage_platform\tools
    • Linux® or UNIX®: <installation_files_directory>/InstallerImage_platform/tools
  3. Run the installation command:
    imcl install com.ibm.cic.agent 
    	-repositories <source_repository1>,<source_repository2>
    	-installationDirectory <installation_directory> 
    	-accessRights <mode>
    	[ -acceptLicense ] 
    	[ -preferences <preference_key>=<value> ]
    	[ -dataLocation <agent_data_location> ]
    	[ -keyring <keyring_file> -password <keyring_password> ]
    Examples:
    • Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional as administrator: imcl install com.ibm.cic.agent -repositories C:\com.ibm.cic.agent\repository.config -installationDirectory "C:\Program Files\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse" -accessRights admin -acceptLicense

    • Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional as nonadministrator: imcl install com.ibm.cic.agent -repositories C:\com.ibm.cic.agent\repository.config -installationDirectory "C:\Documents and Settings\<user>\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse" -accessRights nonAdmin -acceptLicense

    • Windows Vista, Windows 2008, or Windows 7 as administrator: imcl install com.ibm.cic.agent -repositories C:\com.ibm.cic.agent\repository.config -installationDirectory "C:\Program Files\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse" -accessRights admin -acceptLicense

    • Windows Vista, Windows 2008, or Windows 7 as nonadministrator: imcl install com.ibm.cic.agent -repositories C:\com.ibm.cic.agent\repository.config -installationDirectory "C:\Users\<user>\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse" -accessRights nonAdmin -acceptLicense

    • Linux or UNIX as administrator: ./imcl install com.ibm.cic.agent -repositories /opt/com.ibm.cic.agent/repository.config -installationDirectory /opt/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse -accessRights admin -acceptLicense

    • Linux or UNIX as nonadministrator: ./imcl install com.ibm.cic.agent -repositories /root/com.ibm.cic.agent/repository.config -installationDirectory /<user_home_directory>/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse -accessRights nonAdmin -acceptLicense

    • Linux or UNIX in group mode: ./imcl install com.ibm.cic.agent -repositories /root/com.ibm.cic.agent/repository.config -installationDirectory /<user_home_directory>/IBM/InstallationManager_Group/eclipse -accessRights group -acceptLicense


 

5. Installing Installation Manager on z/OS by using imcl

For the z/OS® platform, only silent installations are supported.

 

Note: The z/OS system used to install Installation Manager for z/OS must run z/OS UNIX® System Services (z/OS UNIX) with an HFS or zFS file system configured.
The install command is not included with the installation files for z/OS as the GUI mode is not supported for z/OS. Use the Installation Manager command line (imcl) to install Installation Manager and the associated runtime data on z/OS. The default directory settings for z/OS are different from the Linux® and UNIX default directory settings. For information about installation modes and default directory locations on different platforms, see Installing as an administrator, nonadministrator, or group in the Installation Manager Information Center.
Note: The default directory locations for z/OS enable Installation Manager users to establish a single read/write file system for an Installation Manager instance. This file system contains all the binary files and data for a specific instance of Installation Manager. You can use other values for these directories.
 

Table 1. Administrator, nonadministrator, and group installation default settings

 
  Administrator Nonadministrator Group
Default agent data location
Important: Do not change the content, files, or directories in the Agent data location directory or subdirectories. Changes to these contents can prevent Installation Manager from working.

z/OS: /InstallationManager/appdata

z/OS: <user_home_directory>/InstallationManager/appdata

z/OS: /InstallationManager/appdata

Default binary files directory

z/OS: /InstallationManager/bin

z/OS: <user_home_directory>/InstallationManager/bin

z/OS: /InstallationManager/bin

Default shared resources directory

z/OS: /InstallationManager/sharedResources

z/OS: <user_home_directory>/InstallationManager/sharedResources

z/OS: /InstallationManager/sharedResources

For information about the z/OS platform, see http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/z/os/zos/bkserv/.

 

Procedure

  1. Download and install z/OS APAR OA34228: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?crawler=1&uid=isg1OA34228#more.
  2. Choose or create a user ID to install and run Installation Manager. The user ID must have the following characteristics:
    • UID(0) , or read access to the FACILITY profile BPX.SUPERUSER
    • Read access to FACILITY profile BPX.FILEATTR.APF
    • Read access to FACILITY profile BPX.FILEATTR.PROGCTL
    • Read access to FACILITY profile BPX.FILEATTR.SHARELIB
    • Read access to UNIXPRIV profile SUPERUSER.FILESYS.CHOWN
    • Read access to UNIXPRIV profile SUPERUSER.FILESYS.CHANGEPERMS
  3. Choose locations for the binary files, agent data, and shared resources directories for Installation Manager. You can use the z/OS or UNIX default directories or select a different directory location. You can create and mount a new physical file system(s) to contain these directories and their contents. All directories must be located in read/write file system(s), be owned by the user ID that is installing Installation Manager, and have directory permissions 755. If Installation Manager is run in group mode, the directories must be owned by the default group for the user ID that installs Installation Manager and must have directory permissions 775.
  4. Download Installation Manager, see Installation Manager related links in the Installation Manager Information Center for download information.
  5. Extract the installation files to a directory. For example: /usr/lpp/InstallationManager/V1R4.
  6. Run the ./set-ext-attr.sh command to set extended attributes for the installation files.
    Note: After the command completes, you can remount the installation files as read-only.
  7. Log on to the shell with the user ID selected to install Installation Manager.
  8. Open the tools directory: cd <install_dir>/tools
  9. Install Installation Manager with the following command:
    imcl  -repositories .. 
    [-installationDirectory <binary_dir>]
    [-dataLocation <agent_data_dir>]
    [-sharedResourcesDirectory <shared_resources_dir>]
     -accessRights <admin| nonadmin | group>
    install com.ibm.cic.agent
    Note:
    • If you do not specify -installationDirectory, -dataLocation, or -sharedResourcesDirectory, the default values for these directories are used.
    • Set the -accessRights value to:
      • admin: if the user ID that runs the installation is a superuser (uid 0) and is the only user ID that will start Installation Manager.
      • nonAdmin: if the user ID that runs the installation is not a superuser and is the only user ID that will start Installation Manager.
      • group: if all users can start the Installation Manager and are connected to the default group for the user ID that runs the installation. Each user ID in the group must have the same permissions as the user ID that runs the installation of Installation Manager.

        For information about setting group permissions, see Setting permissions in group mode in the Installation Manager Information Center for download information.

  10. To start Installation Manager:
    • Log on to the shell with the user ID used to run the installation. If you use group mode, use a user ID that is connected to the default group for the user ID that runs the installation.
    • Open the eclipse/tools directory located in the binary files directory: cd /InstallationManager/eclipse/tools
    • Issue an imcl or imutilsc command. For example: imcl -version

 

What to do next

To create another instance of Installation Manager
  1. Select new directories for the binary files, agent data, and shared resources locations.
  2. (Optional) Select a new user ID and -accessRights value.
    Note: You can have only one admin installation of Installation Manager per z/OS system and only one nonAdmin installation of Installation Manager per user ID.
  3. Run the installation command:
    imcl -repositories ..
    [-installationDirectory <binary_dir>]
    [-dataLocation <agent_data_dir>]
    [-sharedResourcesDirectory <shared_resources_dir>]
     -accessRights <admin| nonadmin | group>
    install com.ibm.cic.agent
    
    

 

6. Installing packages by using imcl

Install packages or updates from the tools directory by using Installation Manager command line (imcl) installation commands.
 

Before you begin

  • To identify the <package_id>_<version>,<feature_id>, run the listAvailablePackages command. See the Viewing repository contents section above.
  • Create a keyring file if you are using repositories that require authentication. See the Storing credentials section above for information about how to create a keyring file.

 

Procedure

  1. Open a command-line utility.
  2. Open the tools directory.
    • Windows®: <install_dir>\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse\tools
    • Linux® or UNIX®: <install_dir>/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools
  3. Run the installation command:
    imcl install <package_id>_<version>,<feature_id> 
    	-repositories <source_repository1>,<source_repository2>
    	-installationDirectory <installation_directory>
    	[ -acceptLicense ]
    	[ -sharedResourcesDirectory <shared_directory> ] 
    	[ -preferences <preference_key>=<value> ] 
    	[ -keyring <keyring_file> -password <password> ]
    Examples:
    • Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional as administrator: imcl install com.ibm.package_7.1 -repositories http://repository/package/7.1/repository.config -acceptLicense -installationDirectory "C:\Program Files\IBM\Package" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
    • Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional as nonadministrator: imcl install com.ibm.package_7.1 -repositories http://repository/package/7.1/repository.config -acceptLicense -installationDirectory "C:\Documents and Settings\user\IBM\Package" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
    • Windows Vista, Windows 2008, or Windows 7 as administrator: imcl install com.ibm.package_7.1 -repositories http://repository/package/7.1/repository.config -acceptLicense -installationDirectory "C:\Program Files\IBM\Package" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
    • Windows Vista, Windows 2008, or Windows 7 as nonadministrator: imcl install com.ibm.package_7.1 -repositories http://repository/package/7.1/repository.config -acceptLicense -installationDirectory "C:\Users\<user>\IBM\Package" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
    • Linux or UNIX as administrator: ./imcl install com.ibm.package_7.1 -repositories http://repository/package/7.1/repository.config -acceptLicense -installationDirectory /opt/IBM/Package -keyring /var/keyring_file.keyring -password password
    • Linux or UNIX as nonadministrator: ./imcl install com.ibm.package_7.1 -repositories http://repository/package/7.1/repository.config -acceptLicense -installationDirectory /<user_home_directory>/IBM/Package -keyring /<user_home_directory>/keyring_file.keyring -password password
    • Linux or UNIX in group mode: ./imcl install com.ibm.package_7.1 -repositories http://repository/package/7.1/repository.config -acceptLicense -installationDirectory /<user_home_directory>/IBM/Package_Group/ -keyring /<user_home_directory>/keyring_file.keyring -password password

 

7. Uninstalling packages by using imcl

Uninstall packages from the tools directory by using Installation Manager command line (imcl) uninstall commands.
 

Before you begin

  • To identify the <package_id>_<version>,<feature_id>, run the listAvailablePackages command. See the Viewing repository contents section above.
  • Create a keyring file if you are using repositories that require authentication. See the Storing credentials section above for information about how to create a keyring file.

 

Procedure

To uninstall a package by using imcl:

  1. Open a command-line utility.
  2. Open the tools directory.
    • Windows®: <install_dir>\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse\tools
    • Linux® or UNIX®: <install_dir>/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools
  3. Run the uninstall command:
    imcl uninstall <package_id>_<version>,<feature_id> 
    	-installationDirectory <installation_directory> 
    	[ -properties <property_key>=<value> ] 
    	[ -preferences <preference_key>=<value> ] 
    	[ -skipInstall <agent_Data_Location> ]
            [ -keyring <keyring_file> -password <password> ]
    Note: Use the -skipInstall option to see the result of running the command without performing the action to ensure that the command does not cause an error.

Examples:

  • Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional as administrator: imcl uninstall com.ibm.package_7.1 -installationDirectory "C:\Program Files\IBM\Package" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional as nonadministrator: imcl uninstall com.ibm.package_7.1 -installationDirectory "C:\Documents and Settings\user\IBM\Package" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Windows Vista, Windows 2008, or Windows 7 as administrator: imcl uninstall com.ibm.package_7.1 -installationDirectory "C:\Program Files\IBM\Package" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Windows Vista, Windows 2008, or Windows 7 as nonadministrator: imcl uninstall com.ibm.package_7.1 -installationDirectory "C:\Users\<user>\IBM\Package" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Linux or UNIX as administrator: ./imcl uninstall com.ibm.package_7.1 -installationDirectory /opt/IBM/Package -keyring /var/keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Linux or UNIX as nonadministrator: ./imcl uninstall com.ibm.package_7.1 -installationDirectory /<user_home_directory>/IBM/Package -keyring /<user_home_directory>/keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Linux or UNIX in group mode: ./imcl uninstall com.ibm.package_7.1 -installationDirectory /<user_home_directory>/IBM/Package_Group/ -keyring /<user_home_directory>/keyring_file.keyring -password password

Uninstalling all packages by using imcl

You can uninstall all of the packages in a repository by using Installation Manager command line (imcl) commands.

 

Procedure

To uninstall all packages by using imcl:

  1. Open a command-line utility.
  2. Open the tools directory.

    • Windows: <install_dir>\IBM\Installation Manager\eclipse\tools
    • Linux or UNIX: <install_dir>/IBM/InstallationManager/eclipse/tools
  3. Run the uninstall all packages command:
imcl uninstallAll 
	-installationDirectory <installation_directory> 
	[ -keyring <keyring_file> -password <password> ] 
	[ -skipInstall <agent_Data_Location> ]
Note: Use the -skipInstall option to see the result of running the command without performing the action to ensure that the command does not cause an error.

 

Examples:

  • Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional as administrator: imcl uninstallAll -installationDirectory "C:\Program Files\IBM\" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional as nonadministrator: imcl uninstallAll -installationDirectory "C:\Documents and Settings\user\IBM\" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Windows Vista, Windows 2008, or Windows 7 as administrator: imcl uninstallAll -installationDirectory "C:\Program Files\IBM\" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Windows Vista, Windows 2008, or Windows 7 as nonadministrator: imcl uninstallAll -installationDirectory "C:\Users\<user>\IBM\" -keyring C:\keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Linux or UNIX as administrator: ./imcl uninstallAll -installationDirectory /opt/IBM/ -keyring /var/keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Linux or UNIX as nonadministrator: ./imcl uninstallAll -installationDirectory /<user_home_directory>/IBM/ -keyring /<user_home_directory>/keyring_file.keyring -password password
  • Linux or UNIX in group mode: ./imcl uninstallAll -installationDirectory /<user_home_directory>/IBM/ -keyring /<user_home_directory>/keyring_file.keyring -password password

 

 


 

8. Uninstalling Installation Manager

After uninstalling all packages, you can uninstall Installation Manager.
 

Before you begin

  • Uninstall all of the packages that were installed by Installation Manager.

 

Procedure

To uninstall Installation Manager, see Uninstalling Installation Manager in the Installation Manager information center.