This topic describes how to upgrade BMC Capacity Optimization from versions 4.x to version 9.0.
Perform the following tasks:
“mv etl/freetds etl/freetds_backup”inside the product home directory.
If the external Apache service was configured for 4.x version and only serving BMC Capacity Optimization requests, you can safely stop the previous Apache service. BMC Capacity Optimization 9.0 is installed with bundled apache that is preconfigured with BMC Capacity Optimization.
Unzip the file. Type
tar -xvf bco_<version>
./setup.sh, and then press Enter.
Perform one of the following steps:
On the Oracle Database Information page:
Datafile Path: Verify the path of the Oracle datafile.
If you are upgrading from BMC Capacity Optimization 4.0 and you do not select Migrate the Database Users and Tablespaces, the Oracle database administrator must have manually migrated the BMC Capacity optimization database users and tablespaces prior to running the installation program. For more information about manually migrating the database users and tablespaces, see Manually setting up or migrating database users and tablespaces in BMC Capacity Optimization.
Reports User Name: Verify the name of the user that the BMC Capacity Optimization Reports uses to access the database. The default name is CPIT_REP.
This parameter is available only if you are upgrading to 9.0.01.
Reports Password: Verify the password of the user that the BMC Capacity Optimization Reports uses to access the database. The default password is CPIT_REP.
cp etl/freetds_backup/etc/freetds.conf etl/freetds/etc