phasenjager Absent Member.
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Upgrading to 11.3.1

It is my experience that "dot releases" (such as 11.3.x) were possible without having to shut down all the primary servers. When trying to roll-out 11.3.1, however, it is telling me it can't schedule because:

"Unable to complete your request for the following reason: The ZENworks Server or the ZENworks Loader services are running on one or more Primary Servers. Shut down the services before proceeding."

Was this a change made in SP3? I have updated to almost every release of ZENworks and only had to shutdown all Primaries during an SP or Major Version upgrade.
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phasenjager Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrading to 11.3.1

Never mind, found an earlier post that referenced this same thing. It would be nice if that was in the documentation!
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrading to 11.3.1

Phasenjager,

ah, if only Novell still had an Englishman to write the readme text...

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Re: Upgrading to 11.3.1

On Thu, 18 Sep 2014 16:37:18 GMT, Shaun Pond
<shaunpond@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>Phasenjager,
>
>ah, if only Novell still had an Englishman to write the readme text...


Their loss...ENGL's gain. 🙂
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: Upgrading to 11.3.1

KeN,

+1 🙂

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