Caché Installation Guide
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Preface : 
Chapter 1: 
  1.1 Caché Installation Planning Considerations
1.1.1 Installing the Atelier Development Environment
1.1.2 Caché Installation Directory
1.1.3 Caché Character Width
1.1.4 Disk Space Requirements
1.1.5 Supported Platforms and Components
1.1.6 Caché Private Web Server
1.1.7 If You Are Upgrading Caché
1.1.8 Configuring Third-Party Software
1.2 Managing Caché Memory
1.2.1 Allocating Memory for Routine and Database Caches
1.2.2 Configuring Generic Memory Heap (gmheap)
1.2.3 Other Caché Memory Settings
1.3 File System and Storage Configuration Recommendations
1.3.1 File System Recommendations
1.3.2 Storage Configuration Recommendations
1.4 Preparing for Caché Security
1.4.1 Preparing the Security Environment for Kerberos
1.4.2 Initial Caché Security Settings
1.5 Preparing to Install Caché on UNIX®, Linux, and macOS
1.5.1 Supported File Systems on UNIX®, Linux, and macOS Platforms
1.5.2 File System Mount Options on UNIX®, Linux, and macOS Platforms
1.5.3 Calculating System Parameters for UNIX®, Linux, and macOS
1.5.4 Platform Configuration Issues
1.5.5 Special Considerations
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 Caché Upgrade Installation
2.2 Caché Installation
2.2.1 Installing Caché
2.2.2 Installing Caché Development or Server Components Only
2.2.3 Installing Caché Client Components Only
2.2.4 Installing the Web Server (CSP) Gateway Only
2.2.5 Performing a Custom Caché Installation
2.3 Unattended Custom Installation
2.3.1 Running an Unattended Installation
2.3.2 Running an Unattended Upgrade or Reinstall
2.3.3 Running an Unattended Uninstallation
2.3.4 Command-Line Reference
2.4 Post-Installation Tasks
2.5 Special Considerations
2.5.1 Managing Access to the Caché Instance and Installation Tree
2.5.2 Using an Installation Manifest
2.5.3 Multiple Caché Installation Issues
2.5.4 Changing the Caché Language
2.5.5 Reinstalling or Uninstalling Caché
2.5.6 InterSystems Caché Packet Drivers
2.5.7 Shared Memory Allocation on Windows
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 Caché Installation
3.1.1 Performing a Standard Caché Installation
3.1.2 Installing Caché Components on Linux RPM
3.1.3 Installing Caché as a Nonroot User
3.1.4 Installing Client-only Caché
3.2 Unattended Caché Installation
3.2.1 Unattended Installation Parameters
3.2.2 Unattended Installation Packages
3.2.3 Unattended Installation Examples
3.3 Post-installation Tasks
3.3.1 Starting Caché
3.3.2 Installing Caché Client on Windows for Development
3.4 Installing Caché on Mac
3.4.1 Installation Requirements
3.4.2 Caché UNIX® Installation
3.4.3 Adjustments for Large Number of Concurrent Processes
3.5 Adding UNIX® Installation Packages to a Caché Distribution
3.6 Special Considerations
3.6.1 Multiple Caché Instances
3.6.2 Uninstalling Caché
3.6.3 Using an Installation Manifest
Chapter 4: 
  4.1 Supported Upgrade Paths
4.2 Upgrading to a Maintenance Release
4.3 Performing Upgrade Tasks
4.3.1 Upgrading a Cluster
4.3.2 Upgrading Mirroring with Minimum Downtime
4.3.3 Upgrading ECP Configurations
4.4 Post-installation Upgrade Tasks
4.4.1 Major Version Post-Installation Tasks
4.4.2 Maintenance Release Post-Installation Tasks
Chapter 5: 
  5.1 Overview of an Installation Manifest
5.2 Creating a Class That Defines a Manifest
5.3 Key Options
5.4 Adding Users and Passwords
5.5 Adding Messages
5.6 <Manifest> Tags
5.7 Variables Available within <Manifest>
5.8 Using the Manifest
5.9 Example