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Upgrade Path from 10.0 to 10.20

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do I need to patch 10.0 prior to upgrading to 10.20 or can I go straight to the upgrade path.

 

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Re: Upgrade Path from 10.0 to 10.20

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Hi David,

I looked at the install/upgrade reference and although it does not mention specific patch level for 10.0 it does mention to have the latest patch install:

Prepare the NNMi management server for upgrade.

  • Back up the NNMi management server using the nnmbackup.ovpl script. Do this as a precaution, as you would only use this backup in the unlikely event of a failed upgrade. For more information, see the nnmbackup.ovpl reference page, or the Linux man page.
  • Make sure to apply the latest NNMi patch.

 

so I would strongly recommend to install the latest patch before upgrading to 10.20, which is available on SSO:

Linux

Windows 

Keep in mind that there are two additional point patches( one for postgres and one for JDK8) that i would strongly recommend installing as well before attempting the upgrade:

JDK8_Linux

JDK8 WIndows

Postgres linux

Postgres Windows

 

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Rafa

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Re: Upgrade Path from 10.0 to 10.20

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Hi David,

I looked at the install/upgrade reference and although it does not mention specific patch level for 10.0 it does mention to have the latest patch install:

Prepare the NNMi management server for upgrade.

  • Back up the NNMi management server using the nnmbackup.ovpl script. Do this as a precaution, as you would only use this backup in the unlikely event of a failed upgrade. For more information, see the nnmbackup.ovpl reference page, or the Linux man page.
  • Make sure to apply the latest NNMi patch.

 

so I would strongly recommend to install the latest patch before upgrading to 10.20, which is available on SSO:

Linux

Windows 

Keep in mind that there are two additional point patches( one for postgres and one for JDK8) that i would strongly recommend installing as well before attempting the upgrade:

JDK8_Linux

JDK8 WIndows

Postgres linux

Postgres Windows

 

Regards,

Rafa

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If you find this or any post resolves your issue, please be sure to mark it as an accepted solution. If you are satisfied with anyone’s response please remember to give them a KUDOS and show your appreciation.

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Re: Upgrade Path from 10.0 to 10.20

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Hello,

 

10.20 version can be installed only in Windows 2012 version. But 10.01 and 10.10 are supported on windows 2008 R2.

Please correct me if am wrong..

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Re: Upgrade Path from 10.0 to 10.20

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I am running on RHEL no WIndows

 

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