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Note: When the install component is looking up available versions, all defined repositories will be searched and the latest version available used by default. If a specific version is set, it will stop once this version is found in one of the repositories and go with this package.
|Name||String||The name of the component you want to install|
|Version||String||Specifies to install a specific version of the component, instead of the latest one found. Is ignored in case you added a lock to this component|
|Release||Switch||Includes release versions only if set. If neither Release nor Snapshot is defined, it will enforce release|
|Snapshot||Switch||Includes snapshots versions only if set. If neither Release nor Snapshot is defined, it will enforce release|
|Confirm||Switch||Skips the message asking you if you want to install this component|
|Force||Switch||In case the same version is already installed, it will be skipped by default. Use this switch to install the same version again|
Install Release Components¶
You can install release components either by adding the
-Release switch or by not adding
-Snapshot at all, to enforce release versions. If no version is specified, the latest version found will be used. Use
-Confirm in addition to skip the dialog requiring an approval to install it.
Install-IcingaComponent ` -Name 'agent' ` -Confirm;
Install Specific Component Version¶
If your repository contains multiple versions, you can specify which version will be installed:
Install-IcingaComponent ` -Name 'agent' ` -Version '2.11.2' ` -Confirm;
Reinstall Installed Component¶
If a component with a specific version is already installed, you can use
-Force to re-install it.
Install-IcingaComponent ` -Name 'agent' ` -Version '2.11.5' ` -Confirm ` -Force;
This also works for auto detected latest versions:
Install-IcingaComponent ` -Name 'agent' ` -Confirm ` -Force;