Applying service packs on Remote Cells in the high-availability mode

Where you are in the Applying service packs process

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Perform the following steps to apply service pack on remote cells in high-availability mode:

  1. Stop both the primary and secondary cells. For more information, see  Starting or stopping the cell Open link
  2. Install the service pack on the secondary cell. For more information, see:
    (Using the wizard) Applying service packs on the Integration Service and Remote Cell in the standalone mode using the wizard
    (SilentlyApplying service packs on the Integration Service and Remote Cell in the standalone mode silently
  3. After installation, stop the secondary cell. For more information, see  Starting or stopping the cell Open link
  4. Install the service pack on the primary cell. For more information, see: 
    (Using the wizardApplying service packs on the Integration Service and Remote Cell in the standalone mode using the wizard
    (SilentlyApplying service packs on the Integration Service and Remote Cell in the standalone mode silently
  5. Manually start the secondary cell. For more information, see  Starting or stopping the cell Open link
  6. Run the following command from a pw command prompt window to verify that both the primary and secondary cells are running:
    mgetinfo -n <cell name> -v activity
    The primary cell should be in Full Activity mode and the secondary cell should be in Standby mode.

Where to go from here

Step 3 Phase B — Now that you have successfully installed the service pack on the Integration Service and Remote Cell, you must install it on the Infrastructure Management server.

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