Version upgrades are done via RPMs installations. If you are installating JetPatch for the very first time, please visit Installing JetPatch RPMs article.
JetPatch installation includes the following RPMs:
- intigua-python-client (Replaces intigua-va starting from JetPatch version 4.0.1)
To install the RPMs run the following command (makes sure dependencies are also installed):
yum localinstall -y intigua*.rpm
Please Note: the python client is optional and not a requirement. If you do not want to install that RPM, make sure there is no intigua-va rpm on the machine (rpm -e intigua-va-*)
Intigua-va was renamed to intigua-python-client. The RPM will be replaced automatically on upgrade.
The new intigua-python-client RPM depends on python v.3.4:
- CentOS / RHEL 6 - package name: python34
- CentOS / RHEL 7 - package name: p3 package version: 3.4
Please note: You can also install intigua-python-client RPM without installing dependencies as long as the Python version is 3.4 and above.
Once the intigua-python-client rpm is installed a path in the JetPatch app server will be created: /opt/intigua-python-client
The folder contains the Python Scripts:
- Adds a list of servers with python script. Uses a CSV file to create new servers. See 'intigua_addservers.example.csv'
- Base script that all other scripts are using.
- Test your credentials
- Script that uses a CSV file to untag specified servers. See 'intigua_untagservers.example.csv'.
The folder includes the following CSV examples: