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Error when manually upgrading RAS

Hi All - I am upgrading a clustered OO 10.60 environment to OO 10.70 on Linux environment.

We have 2 Central and 2 RASes 

I used the upgrade.zip bundle to upgrade both the centrals successfully.

I copied the ras-upgrade.zip bundle to RAS-1 and executed the upgrade scripts, upgrade failed with below error


SEVERE: Missing package: /apps/hpe/oo/upgrade/10.70/packages/central.zip

So I though ras-upgrade.zip might not be the correct bundle and used upgrade.zip. But again upgrade failed with below error.

SEVERE: java.io.FileNotFoundException: /apps/hpe/oo/central/conf/database.properties (No such file or directory)

Any suggestion how to fix this ? I tried the automatic RAS upgrade as well. But I am getting invalid signature when trying to upload the file. And as per the OO Support Tip, till 10.80 recommended way to upgrade RAS is the manual approach.

Thanks Madhav


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Super Contributor.

 Thank you for contacting Micro Focus Forum. 

 My name is Carlos Robles, I am from the OO/CSA team. 

 Regarding your question, given the fact that you open a new case for this issue, we can condise this thread as closed.

Best Regards,


Carlos Robles Rojas
Customer Support Engineer

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