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Upgrade from 7.0.9 to 7.4.3

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  • 1.  Upgrade from 7.0.9 to 7.4.3

    Posted Dec 12, 2011 10:49 AM

    can i upgrade from 7.0.9 to 7.4.3?  Copied the tar.gz file and upgrade package to root directory via SCP, run thr following command and nothing happens..how do I start the upgrade?

     

    #start_amp_upgrade -v 7.4.3

       Upgrade script found in local cache.
       Upgrade package found in local cache.


       Goodbye

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  • 2.  RE: Upgrade from 7.0.9 to 7.4.3
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    Posted Dec 12, 2011 12:22 PM

    There is an upgrade path that you have to follow, you cannot directly go from 7.0.x to 7.4.x. Things change denpending on whether you are upgrading from 32 to 64 bit too. Please see the KB articles regarding upgrades at http://www.airwave.com/support. The following is a very useful KB

     

    http://www.airwave.com/support/knowledge-base/?sid=50140000000aOby

     

     

    Regards,

    Sathya



  • 3.  RE: Upgrade from 7.0.9 to 7.4.3

    Posted Dec 12, 2011 12:47 PM

    Great!  thank you, worked fine.  I did come across a problem though, for some reason it doesnt like the local admin password via the GUI..I can get in via SCP and/or SSH but not GUI.  Anyway to reset or retrieve via CLI?



  • 4.  RE: Upgrade from 7.0.9 to 7.4.3

    Posted Dec 12, 2011 01:37 PM

    got it all figured out, fat fingered it..thanks!



  • 5.  RE: Upgrade from 7.0.9 to 7.4.3

    Posted Dec 21, 2011 10:46 AM

    If you need to reset the web UI password, you can do it from the CLI using the instructions at http://na2.salesforce.com/_ui/selfservice/pkb/PublicKnowledgeSolution/d?orgId=00D3000000008G4&id=50140000000Meqe&retURL=%2Fsol%2Fpublic%2Fsolutionbrowser.jsp%3Fsearch%3Dreset%2Bpassword%26cid%3D000000000000000%26orgId%3D00D3000000008G4%26t%3D4&ps=1

     

    Restoring admin user's password If you've lost the password you use to log in as admin to AMP's web interface, you can update it from the command line with this command which stores a hashed version of 'admin' as the password in our database: 

    From the CLI: 

    # dbc "update users set password='2cf94b0aea63ebf7bf41c90fe500603e' where username ='admin';" 

    If you use a name other than admin, you can change your user's password by modifying the where clause above. For example, to change joemontana's password to admin, this would work: 

    # dbc "update users set password='2cf94b0aea63ebf7bf41c90fe500603e' where username ='joemontana';"