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intrepid-pilot Contributor.
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SA installation on Linux VM

I am planning to install SCA / SA on a virtual machine (VM) running release 7 of RedHat Linux. I have a number of questions relating to the installation and would like to know if there any users out there that have already carried out a similar exercise. I am also looking for any relevant documentation that details the installation and mifgration process from earlier releases of HPSA to the currently supported version.

 

much appreciated

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Re: SA installation on Linux VM

Your questions are very open ended and not possible to answer without specific details.  Migrating from one version to another can take many forms.

https://docs.microfocus.com/itom/Server_Automation:2018.08/Home

 

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intrepid-pilot Contributor.
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Re: SA installation on Linux VM

Hello

What do you mean by many forms? Can you provide some detail on the many different forms?

The process of migrating the product from one release to another should be pretty straight forward .  It should just be a matter of installing and setting up HPSA on the VM (different physical machine).

The one thing that may require some work is extracting the configuration information on the older release and migrating that to the new nerver.

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