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vRanger 7.8 - Installation/Upgrade Guide

Introduction Before you install System requirements and compatibility Installing vRanger Upgrading vRanger

Upgrading the vRanger virtual appliance (VA)

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Upgrading vRanger > Upgrading the vRanger virtual appliance (VA)

The version of the vRanger VA for this release is listed in Supported virtual appliance (VA) versions. Review the topics that follow for information on checking the version of your deployed VAs, and for procedures on updating them if necessary.

Checking the version of your VA

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Upgrading your VA

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1
Click Tools, and then click Options.
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Under the Virtual Appliance node on the Configuration Options page, click Configuration.
3
In the Configure Existing Virtual Appliance section, select the VAs to upgrade, and click Upgrade.
4
If not automatically populated, click Browse, and browse to the location of the latest Open Virtual Appliance (OVA) file.
If you want to maintain the existing VAs, select Do not delete the old virtual appliance. Selecting this option deploys a new VA in parallel.
6
Click OK to begin the upgrade process.
NOTE: If you are using a VMware® vCenter™ version earlier than 5.0, the ability to change the datastore of the VA scratch disk used for replication is not available.
3
On the Hardware tab, click Add.
4
Select Hard Disk, and click Next.
5
Select Use an existing virtual disk.
9
Restart the VM by typing reboot at the prompt.

Upgrading a previous vReplicator installation

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Upgrading vRanger > Upgrading a previous vReplicator installation

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