You must perform this upgrade on a standalone server system that is outside all clusters and available on the local network. The system must currently host the CommandCentral Availability management server (predecessor to the Cluster Management Console management server). Symantec Product Authentication Service, a shared component, is installed during management server upgrade. If an older version of the service is installed, it is upgraded to the latest version.
This procedure follows a script of a successful upgrade. If at any step you experience a result other than the expected result that is documented here, you can click "n" to re-enter information. If you continue to have problems, click "q" to quit the installation and then verify the installation prerequisites.
To upgrade the management server on Solaris
The setup program presents copyright information followed by a menu titled, "Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.0".
ito specify a task.
Enter a Task: [I,C,L,P,U,D,Q,?]
The setup program displays another menu that lists products that are available for installation.
Select a product to install: [1-13,b,q]
The setup program presents a description of the product.
1to select a product component.
Enter '1' to install the management server, '2' to install the cluster
connector: [1-2,q] (1)
The setup program presents a message stating that it will install the management server.
yto verify that the information up to this point is correct.
Is this information correct? [y,n,q] (y)
The setup program performs an initial system check of the local system and checks for installed packages on the local system. If these checks are satisfactory, the setup program lists the packages to be installed.
Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.0 installer will upgrade or install the following Cluster Management Console packages:
VRTSat Symantec Product Authentication Service
VRTSperl Veritas Perl 5.8.8 Redistribution
VRTSjre15 Veritas Java Runtime Environment Redistribution
VRTSweb Veritas Java Web Server
VRTSdbms3 Symantec Shared DBMSVRTScmcm Veritas Cluster Management Console for multiple cluster environments VRTScmcdc User Documentation for Veritas Cluster Management Console
Press [Return] to continue:
The setup program displays the following message:
Installer is now ready to upgrade Cluster Management Console.
All Cluster Management Console processes that are currently running must be stopped.
yto confirm that you want to upgrade the Cluster Management Console.
Are you sure you want to upgrade Cluster Management Console? [y,n,q] (y)
Enter a password for the CMC service account:xxxxx
Confirm the password you entered for the CMC service account:xxxxx
When you install and configure cluster connector, you must provide this same password for the CMC_CC@CMC_SERVICES account.
After you confirm the password for the service account, the setup program displays:
Installation completed successfully on all systems. Upgrading management server configuration.
yto start Veritas Cluster Management Console processes now.
Do you want to start Veritas Cluster Management Console processes now?
The setup program displays progress percentages for starting the console. After the console starts, the setup program displays the location of the upgrade log files and then logs in with the initial user account. The account information for this user is echoed to the screen so that you can see the initial user information.
The setup program reports the state of any managed clusters as exited. This is because the CommandCentral Availability cluster monitor cannot communicate with the Cluster Management Console management server. After you upgrade each cluster monitor to cluster connector, all clusters except for direct connection clusters show up in the Cluster Management Console. You must add direct connection clusters manually using the Administration tab in the Cluster Management Console.
The setup program eventually displays the following message:
End of upgrade
After you install the management server, copy the Install Guide and the Release Notes over to the management server. The documentation locations on the distribution disc are:
Information about administering clusters in multi-cluster mode is available in the Veritas Cluster Server Centralized Management Guide. The online help includes information about administering clusters in both single-cluster and multi-cluster mode. If you want to access the information about managing a single cluster in printed documentation, you can install the documentation package to the desired system.
The documentation package name for each supported operating system is: