Veritas InfoScale 7.3.1 Installation and Upgrade Guide - Windows
- Preinstallation and planning
- Installing the Veritas InfoScale products
- Upgrading to InfoScale products
- Preparing the systems for an upgrade
- Performing the product upgrade
- Upgrading SFW or SFW Basic in a non-clustered environment
- Upgrading SFW or SFW Basic in a Windows Server Failover Cluster environment
- Upgrading SFW HA
- Performing the post upgrade tasks
- Administering the InfoScale product installation
- Uninstalling the InfoScale products
- Performing application upgrades in an InfoScale environment
- Upgrading Microsoft SQL Server
- Upgrading Oracle
- Configuring the Oracle database and listener to use the virtual IP address
- Upgrading application service packs in an InfoScale environment
- Appendix A. Services and ports
- Appendix B. Migrating from a third-party multi-pathing solution to DMP
Upgrading clusters for stronger security
If you have configured any secure clusters in your environment, upgrade them to use the 2048-bit key and SHA-256 signature certificates, which provide enhanced security.
You do not need to perform this procedure if you have installed the Veritas InfoScale 7.0.1 patch and upgraded the existing clusters thereafter.
To upgrade a cluster using the wizard
- Launch the Cluster Configuration Wizard from any node in the cluster that you want to upgrade.
- Follow the wizard prompts to select the cluster for reconfiguration.
- On the Reconfigure Cluster Options panel, select Configure/Reconfigure Single Sign-on.
For more information, see the Cluster Server Administrator's Guide.
To upgrade a cluster using the silent configuration utility
- Back up your cluster configuration by creating a copy of the
- Use the
VCWsilentutility to perform the following operations sequentially:
Delete the cluster.
Create a new cluster.
The syntax is as follows:
For more information on the
VCWsilentutility and the XML file formats to be used with it, see the Cluster Server Administrator's Guide.
- Stop the cluster using the following command:
hastop -all -force
- Manually restore your application configurations by copying only the relevant entries from the backed-up
main.cfto newly created
- Start the cluster using the following command: