Version 8.6.01.002: Patch 2 for Service Pack 1
This topic contains information about fixes and updates in Patch 2 for Service Pack 1 (product version 8.6.01.002), and provides instructions for downloading and installing the patch. It includes the following sections:
Patch 2 for BMC Server Automation 8.6 SP1 includes various fixes for product issues. For information about issues corrected in this patch, see.
EPD version number
|Patch 2 for Service Pack 1||8.6.01.107||8.6.01.002||October 15, 2016|
Downloading the patch
Patch 2 for version 8.6.01 includes full installers for all components. You can download the files for version 8.6.01.002 from the BMC Server Automation 8.6.01 download page at the BMC Electronic Product Distribution (EPD) website.
For full download instructions, see Downloading the installation files.
For a list of installation programs by OS, see Installation programs for BMC Server Automation.
The following figure shows an example of some of the patch files on EPD:
Installing the patch as a fresh product installation
If you are installing this patch as a fresh product installation, use either of the following methods:
|Unified product installer||To use a centralized UI for installation of most BMC Server Automation components, see Installing using the unified product installer.|
|Individual component installers|
To install individual components, download the Patch files and then follow the instructions in Installing individual components. To see an overview of the installation steps, see Walkthrough: Installing individual components for Microsoft Windows and SQL Server environments and Walkthrough: Installing individual components for Linux and Oracle environments, depending on your environment.
Upgrading to the patch
You can upgrade to this patch from 8.3.x, 8.5.x, or earlier versions of 8.6.x.
|Versions earlier than 8.3|
You can directly upgrade to this patch by using the unified product installer or individual component installers. Upgrading section of the BMC Server Automation 8.6 online documentation. This topic also provides information on how to decide which upgrade method (unified product installer or individual component installers) is best for your environment.