If this is your first time updating JetPatch using repository, please follow all of the below steps. If you configured the repository in the past, you can go directly to "Upgrade JetPatch using Live Repo"
Internet connection to JetPatch Live repository is required.
Please make sure the following URL is whitelisted in your environment from the JetPatch manager console (over port 443): https://live-repo.jetpatch.com/
Prepare Your Server (One-time Configuration)
If you are using a server image by JetPatch (OVA, AMI, or VHD) after June 15, 2021, you can skip this step and can go directly to "Upgrade JetPatch using Live Repo", otherwise, if you have an older server image or you installed using RPMs, please follow the below steps:
To upgrade we will need to configure the YUM repository of JetPatch.
Create JetPatch Yum repository:
1. Connect to JetPatch Server via SSH.
2. Go to directory yum.repos.d
3. Create/download Repository file configuration depending on your system version (cat /etc/os-release)to yum.repos.d
-RHEL/OL/CENTOS7 - JetPatch-EL7.repo
insert the following configuration in the file JetPatch-EL7.repo
insert the following configuration in the file JetPatch-EL8.repo
5. Update yum repository list
Upgrade JetPatch Using Live Repo
Before the Upgrade
1. Check if you see JetPatch-Live-Repo in yum
Output to check for:
If this is missing, please see the above configuration steps
2. Install the lastest version of JetPatch:
yum install intigua*
Note: You must be in a directory that has no files that contain intigua in it.
After the Upgrade