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From 11.1a to 11.2.2 - steps

Hello everyone,

We're in the process of upgrading to 11.2.2. What is the best scenario considering that clients will have to boot twice in order to get to 11.2.2?

Scenario 1.
1. upgrade primaries to 11.2.0 (we have 2)
2. upgrade satellites to 11.2.0 (we have 20)
3. upgrade primaries to 11.2.2
4. upgrade satellites to 11.2.2
5. upgrade clients by launching 11.2.2 directly?

Scenario 2.
1. upgrade primaries to 11.2.0 (we have 2)
2. upgrade satellites to 11.2.0 (we have 20)
3. upgrade clients to 11.2.0
4. upgrade primaries to 11.2.2
5. upgrade satellites to 11.2.2
6. upgrade clients by launching 11.2.2 directly?

Of course the shortest and easiest method would be great like scenario 1 but knowing about scenario1 with step #5 specifically.

thanks

Cheers!
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Re: From 11.1a to 11.2.2 - steps

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