Install SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) on Linux

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Follow the steps in this article to install SQL Server Integration Services (mssql-server-is) on Linux. For info about the features supported in this release of Integration Services for Linux, see the Release Notes.

Install SQL Server Integration Servers for your platform:

Install SSIS on Ubuntu

To install the mssql-server-is package on Ubuntu, follow these steps:

  1. Import the public repository GPG keys.

    curl https://packages.microsoft.com/keys/microsoft.asc | sudo apt-key add -
    
  2. Register the Microsoft SQL Server Ubuntu repository.

    sudo add-apt-repository "$(curl https://packages.microsoft.com/config/ubuntu/16.04/mssql-server-2017.list)"
    
  3. Run the following commands to install SQL Server Integration Services.

    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install -y mssql-server-is
    
  4. After installing Integration Services, run ssis-conf. For more info, see Configure SSIS on Linux with ssis-conf.

    sudo /opt/ssis/bin/ssis-conf setup
    
  5. After the configuration is done, set the path.

    export PATH=/opt/ssis/bin:$PATH
    

Update SSIS

If you already have mssql-server-is installed, you can update to the latest version with the following command:

sudo apt-get install mssql-server-is

Remove SSIS

To remove mssql-server-is, you can run following command:

sudo apt-get remove mssql-server-is

Install SSIS on RHEL

To install the mssql-server-is package on RHEL, follow these steps:

  1. Download the Microsoft SQL Server Red Hat repository configuration file.

    sudo curl -o /etc/yum.repos.d/mssql-server.repo https://packages.microsoft.com/config/rhel/7/mssql-server-2017.repo
    
  2. Run the following commands to install SQL Server Integration Services.

    sudo yum install -y mssql-server-is
    
  3. After installation, run ssis-conf. For more info, see Configure SSIS on Linux with ssis-conf.

    sudo /opt/ssis/bin/ssis-conf setup
    
  4. Once the configuration is done, set path.

    export PATH=/opt/ssis/bin:$PATH
    

Update SSIS

If you already have mssql-server-is installed, you can update to the latest version with the following command:

sudo yum update mssql-server-is

Remove SSIS

To remove mssql-server-is, you can run following command:

sudo yum remove mssql-server-is

Unattended installation

To run an unattended installation when you run ssis-conf setup, do the following things:

  1. Specify the -n (no prompt) option.
  2. Provide required values by setting environment variables.

The following example does the following things:

  • Installs SSIS.
  • Specifies the Developer edition by providing a value for the SSIS_PID environment variable.
  • Accepts the EULA by providing a value for the ACCEPT_EULA environment variable.
  • Runs an unattended installation by specifying the -n (no prompt) option.
sudo SSIS_PID=Developer ACCEPT_EULA=Y /opt/ssis/bin/ssis-conf -n setup 

Environment variables for unattended installation

Environment variable Description
ACCEPT_EULA Accepts the SQL Server license agreement when set to any value (for example, Y).
SSIS_PID Sets the SQL Server edition or product key. Here are the possible values:
Evaluation
Developer
Express
Web
Standard
Enterprise
A product key

If you specify a product key, the product key must be in the form #####-#####-#####-#####-#####, where # is a letter or a number.

Next steps

To run SSIS packages on Linux, see Extract, transform, and load data for SQL Server on Linux with SSIS.

To configure additional SSIS settings on Linux, see Configure SQL Server Integration Services on Linux with ssis-conf.