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How to install PVA components manually on Parallels Server Bare Metal and Parallels Server for Mac Bare Metal Edition

Article ID: 8104, created on Feb 23, 2010, last review on May 11, 2014

  • Parallels Server Bare Metal
  • Parallels Virtual Automation 4.5


1. Create the pva_opt.cfg config file with the following options:

PVA_AGENT=1 # 0 if there is no need to install PVA Agent on the host automatically
PVA_MN=1 # 0 if there is no need to install PVA Management Node automatically
PASSWD='password' # mandatory for PVA Management Node installation
PVA_IP='x.x.x.x' # mandatory for PVA Management Node installation
PVA_HOSTNAME='hostname.domain.tld' # mandatory for PVA Management Node installation

2. Run the command below in the terminal as root:
/usr/libexec/ --install pva_opt.cfg

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