# chmod ug+r /tmp/installLcmService.jar
# /usr/<java version>/bin/java -jar /tmp/installLcmService.jar
The installation of the LifeCycle Manager Service is started.
Type the LifeCycle Manager Server IP address or FQDN, and press Enter.
Press Enter to accept the default port (4060) or type a different port number matching the setting made when installing the server, and press Enter.
Type the name of a user who is a member of the LifeCycle Manager Administrators group, and press Enter.
Specify the password for the user, and press Enter.
This port is used to fetch the LifeCycle Manager Service installation program. Press Enter to accept the default port (4062) or type the correct port number, and press Enter.
This question is only shown if the property http.server.port in the file lcm.properties has been edited.
Type a name for the LifeCycle Manager Service, and press Enter.
Infor recommends that you use the hostname of the application server .
Type the server IP address where the LifeCycle Manager Service must be installed and press Enter.
Make sure that you specify an external IP number.
It refers to the installation path where the LifeCycle Manager Service will be installed. This directory must not be existing on your system. Press Enter to accept the default value or type the desired path, and press Enter.
Press Enter to accept the default value 4065 or type a desired port number, and press Enter.
If the port you are trying to access is already in use, a message is displayed.
Select the range of ports that will be used when Job executing nodes are started by the LifeCycle Manager Service. New nodes are started either by requests from the system or a product handled by LifeCycle Manager that needs a specific execution node to run its job in. If the default ports 4066 - 4075 are occupied, another range must be selected.
Type Y if you trust the certificate chain.
A message that the LifeCycle Manager Service was installed successfully is displayed. The LifeCycle Manager Service is installed in the directory selected in the LCM Service installation path above.
The following two commands are now created for user lcm:
startlcm – The command used to start the LifeCycle Manager Service
stoplcm – The command used to stop the LifeCycle Manager Service