Upgrade NetOps Portal
Use the following process to upgrade
To host the
NetOps Portaldatabase on a separate node, see Migrate the
NetOps Portaldatabase to a separate node..
Verify the Prerequisites
NetOps Portal, ensure that you have completed the following:
Verify that the Packages are Installed
Ensure that the following packages are installed:
- zipandunzipIf these packages are not installed, issue one of the following commands to install them:yum -y install zip unzipSLES:zypper install -y zip unzip
- wgetIf this package is not installed, use one of the following commands to install it:yum -y install wgetSLES:zypper install -y wget
Verify the ulimit Value
Verify that the user account that is installing
ulimit) has a value of at least 65536 on the number of open files. Set this value permanently.
Follow these steps:
- As the root user or a sudo user, log in toNetOps Portalhost.
- Open a command prompt, and then verify theulimitvalue by issuing the following command:ulimit -n
- If the value is not at least 65536, change the value:
- Issue the following command:ulimit -n 65536
- Open the/etc/security/limits.conffile, and then add the following lines:# Added by Performance Center* soft nofile 65536# Added by Performance Center* hard nofile 65536
NetOps Portalinstaller supports product upgrades. To upgrade
NetOps Portal, run the installation file for the new version that you received from Broadcom.
To determine which version you have installed, access the
/opt/CAis the default installation directory.
Follow these steps:
- Save the installation file to the/tmpdirectory on theNetOps Portalserver.Verify that the/tmplocation has at least 2 GB of space available.
- Change directories by issuing the following command:cd /tmp
- Change the directory permissions by issuing the following command:chmod +x CAPerfCenterSetup.bin
- Begin the installation in console mode by issuing the following command:./CAPerfCenterSetup.bin -i console
- To generate a response file for silent installation, add the following argument:-rresponse_fileresponse_filespecifies the directory the directory path and file name for the response file.Example:/tmp/installer.propertiesFollow the prompts until you get to the summary, enterquit, and then press theEnterkey on your keyboard.
- (Optional) On upgrade, the disaster recovery script is backed up. If a backup file already exists, you can overwrite it with the current file. To overwrite the disaster recovery script backup, add the following to the response file:-fileOverwrite_/opt/CA/PerformanceCenter/product_version_capc.sh=Yes
- To run the installation in silent mode, issue the following command:./CAPerfCenterSetup.bin -i silent -f<response_file>response_fileis the directory path and file name of the previously generated response file.
- Follow the instructions in the console.
- If the current install owner is therootuser, you are prompted to specify an install owner. You can specify a non-root user.
- The installation checks to see whether the partition with the MySQL data directory has enough disk space to handle storage engine upgrades. If there does not appear to be enough disk space to complete the installation successfully, exit the installer, allocate more space for the data partition, and reinstallNetOps Portal
- The installation prompts you to set a custom MySQL password. This password must meet the following requirements:
- Excludes the user names "root" or "netqos"
- Minimum length of 8 characters
- Maximum length of 30 characters
- Contains at least 3 of the following types of characters:
- Special Characters (!#&?)
- Numbers (0-9)
- Excludes the percentage sign (%), apostrophe ('), or quotation mark (")
- (Optional) When prompted, specify the following parameters for fault tolerance:For more information, see Fault Tolerance.
- Configure Data Aggregator For Fault ToleranceSpecify2for Yes to configure a fault-tolerant environment.Default:1 (configures a non-fault-tolerant environment).
- Data Aggregator Proxy HostSpecify the host name/IP address of the proxy server.
The upgrade operation installs the software. The progress indicator might pause.
When the upgrade is complete, the console displays a confirmation message.
Complete the following procedures after you have upgraded
Clear the Browser Cache
DX NetOps Performance Managementusers to clear their browser cache before accessing the upgraded version.
(Optional) Restart the
Network Flow AnalysisService
If you have
Network Flow Analysisregistered as a data source, restart the
Network Flow AnalysisOData service.
Follow these steps:
- ClickAdministration Services, andServices.
- Right-click theCA NFA OData Service, and then clickRestart.
Network Flow AnalysisService is restarted.
(Optional) Review the Log Files
A complete installation includes the following log files:
These log files are located in the
/opt/CA/PerformanceCenter/InstallLogsdirectory. They include the install date and time. If a log file is missing, the upgrade is incomplete.
Use these log files to track possible issues with the upgrade. Review each file for any fatal errors. Verify that the
.historyfile is updated to the latest version.