To install on Windows you must download the Windows installer package. This is supplied as an Windows executable. You can install the package either using the GUI installation process, or by using the unattended installation process.
To use the GUI installer, double click on the downloaded executable file.
The installer will launch and prepare for installation. You can cancel this process at any time. Once completed, you will be provided with the welcome screen.
Click Installation Location screen. You can change the location where the Membase Server application is located. Note that this does not configure the location of where the persistent data will be stored, only the location of the application itself. To select the install location, click the button to select the folder. Click to continue the installation.to start the installation. You will be prompted with the
Configuration has now been completed. You will be prompted to confirm that you want to continue installation. Clickto confirm the installation and start the installation process.
The install will copy over the necessary files to the system. During the installation process, the installer will also check to ensure that the default administration port is not already in use by another application. If the default port is unavailable, the installer will prompt for a different port to be used for administration of the Membase server.
Once the installation process has been completed, you will be prompted with the completion screen. This indicates that the installation has been completed and your Membase Server is ready to be setup and configured. When you click, the installer will quit and automatically open a web browser with the Membase Server setup window.
To continue installation you should follow the server setup instructions. See Section 3.4, “Setting up Membase Server”.
The unattended installation process works by first recording your required installation settings using the GUI installation process outlined above which are saved to a file. You can then use the file created to act as the option input to future installations.
To record your installation options, open a Command Terminal or
Powershell and start the installation executable with the
/r command-line option:
You will be prompted with the installation choices as outlined
above, but the installation process will not actually be
completed. Instead, a file with your option choices will be
recorded in the file
To perform an installation using a previously recorded setup
file, copy the
setup.iss file into the same
directory as the installer executable. Run the installer from
the command-line, this time using the
You can repeat this process on multiple machines by copying the
executable package and the
to each machine.