Installing vFabric tc Server

Installation options vary according to the tc Server edition you choose; whether you install tc Server standalone or as part of vFabric Suite installation; and whether your operating system is Linux or another supported platform. Installation also varies according to whether you are installing tc Server for the first time or are upgrading from a previous version.


If you have already installed a previous version of tc Server; have created one or more tc Runtime instances; and now want to upgrade all components to the latest version, see Upgrade and Migration Guide.


Installation Note for vFabric Suite Customers

Install tc Server Standard Edition From a ZIP or TAR File

Mac OS X: Install vFabric tc Server Developer Edition as a Homebrew Brew

RHEL: Install tc Server Standard Edition From an RPM

Ubuntu: Install vFabric tc Server from the vFabric Debian Package Repository

Windows: Install tc Server Standard or Developer Edition From the MSI Installer

Install tc Server Standard Edition with Hyperic Management Components

Install tc Server Developer Edition From a ZIP or TAR File

Activate a vFabric tc Server Local License

Overview of tc Server Directories, Variables, and Configuration

Enabling Bash Completion for tc Server Scripts

Setting Up Unix Users for tc Server and Hyperic

Installation Note for vFabric Suite Customers

If you will be installing vFabric tc Server as part of a vFabric Suite package (Standard or Advanced), complete the procedures for installing vFabric License Server and activating vFabric Suite licenses in Getting Started with vFabric Suite. You may also want to read the other vFabric licensing sections in that guide, to understand how licensing works with vFabric Suite.