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which best method Could let "one appliance" upgrade


Hi All
I has a SLM Appliance server to collect log, and it seem has a OS
issue and need upgrade kernel.
I know Suse provide SMT and Suse Manager could as proxy server...but
1. Server farm is locate a isolate place..could not allow connect
internet.
2. I only has appliance need upgrrade...so no wish want to install SMT
or Suse Manager to upupdate this "one server".

which other method that I could own ?

thanks!!

wyldkao


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Re: which best method Could let "one appliance" upgrade

Hi wyldkao,

please open a service request with support.

Regards
Norbert

>>> On 08.09.2015 at 08:44, wyldkao<wyldkao@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>

wrote:

> Hi All
> I has a SLM Appliance server to collect log, and it seem has a OS
> issue and need upgrade kernel.
> I know Suse provide SMT and Suse Manager could as proxy server...but
> 1. Server farm is locate a isolate place..could not allow connect
> internet.
> 2. I only has appliance need upgrrade...so no wish want to install SMT
> or Suse Manager to upupdate this "one server".
>
> which other method that I could own ?
>
> thanks!!
>
> wyldkao
>







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