In v3.1 and earlier
Many Windows programs set a zero exit code even on failure.
This uses the newer
This action is typically used to download and then install software. The downloaded content is stored in a temporary location which is deleted on completion.
Just before the CommandLine is executed, the working directory is (temporarily) set to where the content was downloaded to (which is a temporary directory). So, for example, if the downloaded content includes an installer file named "
Warning: Space for temporary files
The selection order for temporary file and directory locations on non-Windows platforms is as follows:
The Tachyon agent selects the first of these that is an existing directory.
Hence, if the error occurs (typically with a
First, after installation of the Tachyon Agent, edit
(or specify some other suitable directory for large temporary files).
Then run these commands to pick up the change and restart the Tachyon agent: