Upgrading Single Node ESX VM
This section describes how to upgrade single node Cisco ACI Multi-Site Orchestrator deployed in an ESX VM. If you are running a 3-node Orchestrator cluster, follow the upgrade procedure described in Upgrading Orchestrator Deployments in VMware ESX instead.
If you are upgrading from a release prior to Release 2.1(1), configure at least 10GHz CPU cycle reservation for each Orchestrator VM.
This release of Multi-Site Orchestrator requires at least 10GHz CPU cycle reservation for each VM. New deployments of Release 2.1(1) or later apply CPU cycle reservation automatically, however if you're upgrading from an earlier release, you must manually update each Orchestrator VM's settings.
Download the Cisco ACI Multi-Site Orchestrator upgrade image.
Copy the image to your Orchestrator node.
The following command copies the image into the
Log in to your Orchestrator node and extract the
Copy the upgrade script from the extracted directory into the Orchestrator
Change into the Orchestrator scripts directory.
Run the upgrade script.
In the following command, provide the image filename you uploaded to the Orchestrator node.
If the system restarts due to a kernel upgrade, re-run the upgrade script.
When you re-run the script after a reboot, add the
Verify upgrade was successful.
The installation can take up to 15 minutes. After it is completed, use the
(Optional) Free up disk space by deleting old images.
Use the following command to display all docker images in the system:
You can then delete the old Orchestrator images using the following command:
If you upgraded from a release prior to Release 2.1(1), log in to your Orchestrator GUI and reset the password.
Due to password requirements change in Release 2.1(1), when you first log in to the Orchestrator GUI after upgrading to Release 2.1(1) or later, you will be prompted to update your password. The new password requirements are: