Bug #23429 Server install help should show default agent password (br ????)
Submitted: 18 Oct 2006 15:46 Modified: 31 Oct 2006 23:31
Reporter: Peter Lavin Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
None 
Category:MySQL Enterprise Monitor: Installing Severity:S3 (Non-critical)
Version:0.7.4 OS:Microsoft Windows (xp)
Assigned to: Keith Russell CPU Architecture:Any
Tags: command line options

[18 Oct 2006 15:46] Peter Lavin
Description:
When installing MySQL Network the agentpassword defaults to "mysql" but when using the --help option no default password shows. See below:

 --agentpassword <agentpassword> Password
                                Default: 

How to repeat:
Run the network installer wih the help option.

Suggested fix:
Add the default value.
[22 Oct 2006 15:32] Peter Lavin
Still true in 0.7.9.
[22 Oct 2006 15:53] Peter Lavin
The same applies to to the managerpassword - it shows a default on installation but not when inspected using the "help" option.
[27 Oct 2006 3:32] Keith Russell
Reported as resolved by Nitrock in builds =>7.14
[31 Oct 2006 23:31] Carsten Segieth
soved with 0.7.16:

Usage:
 --help                         Display the list of valid options
 --version                      Display product information
 --optionfile <optionfile>      Installation option file
                                Default: 
 --mode <mode>                  Installation mode
                                Default: win32
                                Allowed: win32 text unattended
 --debugtrace <debugtrace>      Debug filename
                                Default: 
 --enable-components <enable-components> Comma-separated list of components
                                Default: 
 --disable-components <disable-components> Comma-separated list of components
                                Default: 
 --prefix <prefix>              Installation directory
                                Default: 
 --apacheport <apacheport>      Apache Server Port
                                Default: 80
 --tomcatport <tomcatport>      Tomcat Server Port
                                Default: 8080
 --tomcatshutdownport <tomcatshutdownport> Tomcat Shutdown Port
                                Default: 8005
 --tomcatsslport <tomcatsslport> Tomcat SSL Port
                                Default: 8443
 --usessl <usessl>              Should communication between Dashboard and Service Manager be encrypted?
                                Default: 0
 --manageruser <manageruser>    Root Role Username
                                Default: root
 --managerpassword <managerpassword> Password
                                Default: mysql
 --agentuser <agentuser>        Agent Role Username
                                Default: agent
 --agentpassword <agentpassword> Password
                                Default: mysql
 --rootuser <rootuser>          MySQL Root User Name
                                Default: root
 --rootpassword <rootpassword>  Password
                                Default: 
 --dbport <dbport>              MySQL database Port
                                Default: 3306