The following is a list of the supported flags you can use when installing Cortex XSOAR.
Flags that follow the -- separator
CentOS) Tells yum to run entirely from system cache, and does not download or update any headers unless it has to perform the requested action.
Whether to back up server data when upgrading the Cortex XSOAR server.
Whether to back up server data for tenants when upgrading the Cortex XSOAR server. Default is
.conffile. The default location is
The host name or IP address of the remote database.
Whether to trust any certificate when communicating with the database. Default is
The secure connection port for the remote database. Default is
Whether to set up only the Cortex XSOAR database server. Applicable for remote database deployment. Default is
The port of the remote database. Default is
The secret for the remote database.
The proxy is used when communicating with the database.
Tells yum to disable the GPG signature when checking for the Cortex XSOAR RPM.
Forces the Linux distro (such as CentOS, Debian, or Debian New).
Prevents starting the server when the installation or upgrade is complete.
Sets up the disaster recovery server.
Elasticsearch URL addresses (comma-separated). For example,
The Elasticsearch API key, which should be used in licensed versions.
The Elasticsearch username.
The Elasticsearch password.
Whether to use a proxy when communicating with Elasticsearch. Can be
false. Default is
Whether to trust any certificate when communicating with Elasticsearch. Can be
false. Default is
The amount of time (in seconds) before Elasticsearch times out. Default is 20 seconds.
The external address of the instance during installation.
Displays installation help.
Whether to index entries.
The one-time configuration file. The default location is
The path for the uninstall script. The default location is
Removes the existing Cortex XSOAR installation.
Restores the entries index. If
false, it prevents restoring the entries index. The default is
(For remote database deployments) Sets up only the Cortex XSOAR server.
Installs the required tools. The default is
(For Cortex XSOAR upgrades) The script that deletes the Cortex XSOAR user and group is not run.
Answer all installer questions with y/yes, including the Cortex XSOAR EULA.
Flags that precede and include the -- separator
Use the following flags to get help or information about the
Prints a message.
Prints embedded information, including title, default target directory, or embedded script.
Prints an embedded LSM entry, if one exists.
Prints a list of files located in the archive.
Checks the integrity of the archive.
Use the following flags to run the
Prompts you to confirm before running an embedded script.
Prints only error messages.
Accepts the Cortex XSOAR license.
Embedded scripts are not run.
The target directory is not deleted after running an embedded script.
Progress is hidden during decompression.
An xterm is not spawned.
Extracted files are not given to users.
Disk space is not checked for available space.
Extracts directly to an absolute or relative target directory.
Accesses the archive contents.
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