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  1. Abstract
  2. Supported Versions
  3. Install PowerCenter on Kubernetes
  4. Manage Existing PowerCenter Deployments
  5. Troubleshooting
  6. Appendix: Sample Silent Properties for Build Image

Install PowerCenter 10.5 on Kubernetes with Informatica Deployment Manager

Install PowerCenter 10.5 on Kubernetes with Informatica Deployment Manager

Update the Node Startup Commands

Update the Node Startup Commands

You can update the commands that are automatically executed at the startup of the nodes in an existing domain. You can update the pre-startup or post-startup commands for the nodes. The updated commands run when the pod is restarted. After the pod is successfully restarted, the pre-startup commands run before the node startup and the post-startup commands run after the node startup.
  1. On the Informatica Deployment Manager home page, select
    Manage Domain
    .
    The
    Manage domain
    window appears.
  2. On the
    Node
    panel, click
    Update node startup commands
    .
    The
    Update node startup commands
    page appears.
  3. Optionally, you can choose to configure Secure Shell (SSH) protocol for secure authentication to update the startup commands on a remote host. If you do not want to set the secure authentication, go to step 5.
  4. If you enable secure authentication, set the authentication type to
    Password
    or
    Key
    .
    • For password type authentication, enter the machine IP address or host name, user name, password, and port to connect to the host machine.
      By default, the SSH connection uses port 22.
    • For key type authentication, enter the machine IP address or host name, user name, path of the host authentication key, and port number.
  5. In the
    Node Startup Commands
    section, enter the name and working directory of the domain for which you want to update the node startup commands.
  6. Specify the updated commands.
    1. Click
      Add commands
      .
      The
      Node Startup Commands
      window appears.
    2. Click
      New
      .
      The
      New Command
      window appears.
    3. Enter the command and the name of the node.
      The command must contain its full executable path. You can enter multiple commands and nodes names as comma-separated values. You can also enter a regular expression followed by an asterisk ( * ) to imply all occurrences of the regular expression.
    4. On the
      Command info type
      drop-down, select whether it is a pre-startup or post-startup command.
    5. Choose whether the command must be executed only once before or after the startup.
    6. Click
      OK
      .
      The
      New Command
      window appears, displaying the command and its details.
    7. Repeat step b through f for each command to update.
    8. Click
      OK
      .
  7. Click
    Update
    .
    The startup command is updated for the node.