Migrating Manager runs on Linux
After successfully upgrading the Gateway Server, the Manager runs must be updated on the Gateway Server. When you upgrade Gateway Server on a UNIX/Linux computer, you have the option to migrate your Manager runs from an earlier version to the upgraded version.
If you plan on migrating your Manager runs, do not select Uninstall existing version on the Configure Gateway Server Migration page of the installation wizard.
The scripts used to migrate the runs require that the earlier product version be installed and available. You can remove the earlier version of the Gateway Server after migrating the Manager runs.
Scenarios for migrating the Manager runs on Linux
If you are using an Agent list to manage the earlier version of Gateway Server:
|If you are not using an Agent list to manage the earlier version of Gateway Server, complete one of the following steps:|
Before you begin
You must have upgraded the Gateway Server on Linux systems.
To update the Manager runs on Linux computers
migrateManagerRuns.plmigration tool from
./migrateManagerRuns.plcommand as follows:
Example: Sample output for this command:
INFO: There are currently 1 old manager runs and 0 new manager runs scheduled Select Which Manager Run to Migrate  console-upgrade.vcmds  ALL : Migrate All Manager Runs  NONE : Do not migrate any runs (Exit) ENTER A NUMBER [1..3] followed by <Enter> key ? 1
- Select the Manager runs you want to migrate from the older version to latest version of the Gateway Server by entering one of the following:
The number against the Manager run (as mentioned in the sample output in the preceding step)
The ALL option (to migrate all Manager runs)
If you had performed the Gateway Server upgrade as a non-root user, execute
b1configvvvv.sh (as a root user to complete the upgrade process.
Where to go from here
After you migrate the Manager runs, you can perform any of the following tasks: