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Logger Appliance Upgrade from 6.5 to 6.61. How to do it?

I want to upgrade my logger from 6.5 to 6.61. Does anyone have documents? Or Anyone know the URLS. please share. I am new to forum. Please excuse for any mistake.

Regards

PSK

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Guides for logger 6.6 / 6.6P1
https://community.softwaregrp.com/t5/Logger/tkb-p/logger

Older Guides (just in case):

https://community.softwaregrp.com/t5/Logger-Previous-Releases/tkb-p/Logger_Previous_Releases

Advise:

Focus on a single version at a time. (6.5 -> 6.6 -> 6.6P1)

Take config backup between each step

Check release notes for upgrade instructions.

Depending on version you may need to upgrade the OS, if this is required, it should be done before upgrading the logger (this is version independant - the release notes should have the required info for each version)

If Logger appliance, the OS upgrade file is in the same location as the logger version on the support portal.. (we provide the OS updates for appliance)

For SW logger, check the OS version required for the version of logger you are about to install and have your linux admin, upgrade the OS before upgrading the Logger, again reminder to take config back up between this step)

hope it helps.

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Hi Friend

Thanks for your response and guidance.

Regards

PSKIMB

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