Help Output for initialize-tsm Script
The following help content is the output when you run the following command:
sudo ./initialize-tsm -h
The initialize-tsm script is installed to
REQUIRED --accepteula Indicate that you have accepted the End User License Agreement (EULA). You can find the EULA in /opt/tableau/tableau_server/packages/docs.<version_code> OPTIONAL -c config-name Set the service configuration name. If not set, the default is "tabsvc". -d data-directory Set a custom location for the data directory if it's not already set. If not set, the default is "/var/opt/tableau/tableau_server". -b bootstrap-file Optional. Location of the bootstrap file downloaded from the Tableau Services Manager on existing node. Must be provided to join existing Tableau Server cluster. -u username Name of the user with admin privileges on existing Tableau Services Manager. Required if -b option specified. -p password Password for the Tableau Services Manager admin user. Note: This option was removed beginning in version 2021.3.0 to improve script security. -f Bypass warning messages. -g Do NOT add the current user to the "tsmadmin" administrative group, used for default access to Tableau Services Manager, or to the "tableau" group, used for easier access to log files. -a username The provided username will be used as the user to be added to the appropriate groups, instead of the user running this script. Providing both -a and -g is not allowed. -q Quiet, suppress output except for errors and warnings. -i coordinationservice-client-port Client port for the coordination service -e coordinationservice-peer-port Peer port for the coordination service -m coordinationservice-leader-port Leader port for the coordination service -t licenseservice-vendordaemon-port Vendor daemon port for the licensing service -n agent-filetransfer-port Filetransfer port for the agent service -o controller-port Https port for the controller service -l port-range-min Lower port bound for automatic selection -r port-range-max Upper port bound for automatic selection --disable-port-remapping Disable automatic port selection --unprivileged-user=<value> Name of the unprivileged account to run Tableau Server. Default: "tableau". --tsm-authorized-group=<value> Name of the group(s) that allows authorization to access Tableau Services Manager. Default: "tsmadmin". --disable-account-creation Do not create groups or user accounts for Server and TSM authorization. However, the values in: unprivileged-user and tsm-authorized-group will still be used in TSM configuration. --debug Print each command as it is run for debugging purposes. Produces extensive output. --http_proxy=<value> Http forward proxy for Tableau Server. Its value should be http://<proxy_address>:<proxy_port>/ For example, --http_proxy=http://220.127.116.11:3128/ or --http_proxy=http://example.com:3128/ --https_proxy=<value> Https forward proxy for Tableau Server. Its value should be http://<proxy_address>:<proxy_port>/ For example, --https_proxy=http://18.104.22.168:3128/ or --https_proxy=http://example.com:3128/ Take care to use http when you specify the URL for the https_proxy environmental variable. Do not specify the https protocol for the value of the https_proxy environmental variable. --no_proxy=<value> Environment variable that directs certain URLs to bypass the forward proxy. For example, --no_proxy=localhost,127.0.0.1,localaddress,.localdomain.com --activation-service You can use the Tableau authorization-to-run (ATR) service to activate Tableau Server. This option is ideal for cloud-based or virtual environments, but is available to anyone who can activate their copy of Tableau Server online. Selecting ATR for product activation is a permanent choice that cannot be undone later.