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Foglight for Virtualization Enterprise Edition 8.7.5 - Upgrade Guide

Upgrading Foglight for Exchange

The latest version of Foglight for Exchange is 5.7.2. You can upgrade to version 5.7.2 of Foglight for Exchange from version 5.6.2 and later.

Foglight for Exchange 5.7.2 requires Management Server version 5.9.2, or Foglight for Virtualization, Enterprise Edition 8.7 or later.

From the navigation panel, navigate to the Credentials > Manage Lockboxes dashboard.
Create a custom lockbox for the Exchange credential. In the New Lockbox dialog box, type ExchangeLockbox as the lockbox name, and secure the lockbox by typing a password (optionally). If you choose to use the default lockbox (System), you can ignore this step.
In the Manage Lockboxes dashboard, release the lockbox for the newly create ExchangeLockbox lockbox, by clicking the icon on its Release to Credentials Clients column. Enter the password for authorizing the operation, select the clients from the list, and click Release.
From the navigation panel, navigate to Dashboards > Exchange Environment > Administration tab. In the Agent Management view select the Exchange agents that you want to upgrade, and click Upgrade Agent.

For more details, see Upgrading Foglight ActionPacks.

Upgrading Foglight ActionPacks

The latest version of Foglight ActionPacks is

Foglight ActionPacks requires Management Server version 5.9.2.

The ActionPacks require the file, which is included in the Foglight file. All cartridges must have the same version.

Upgrading Foglight for Storage Management cartridge

The latest version of the Foglight for Storage Management cartridge is 4.5.5.

Foglight for Storage Management cartridge 4.5.5 requires Management Server version 5.9.2, or Foglight for Virtualization, Enterprise Edition 8.7.5. Prior to upgrading the Storage Management cartridge, you must update Foglight for VMware to version 5.7.5. For more information, see the Foglight for VMware Release Notes.

NOTE: Foglight Resource Optimizer provides recommendations for changes in the VMware® or Hyper-V® environments, to make more efficient the use of resources. This requires that the VMware or Hyper-V agent is configured with a user that has elevated privileges, beyond the read-only privileges required for monitoring. For a list of privileges required for the VMware or Hyper-V agent, refer to section “Configuring Monitoring Agents for Data Collection” in the Foglight for VMware User and Reference Guide and Foglight for Hyper-V User and Reference Guide, respectively.
Upgrade the Storage Management Agents from the Storage & San > Storage Environment > Administration dashboard, for each Agent Manager Hosts shown in the StorageAgentMaster Monitor Agents view.
For instructions, see “Deploying Storage Agents after an Upgrade” in the Managing Storage in Virtual Environments Installation and Configuration Guide. The upgrade dialog will:
Upgrade StorageAgentMasterMonitor.gar.
Deactivate StorageAgentMaster.gar and remove the Windows service running on the Agent Host named FoglightStorageManagerCollector or HDCCService.
Deploy StorageAgentMasterDB.gar and create an agent.
Upgrade StorageCollector.gar.


Appendix: Deploying an agent package using the browser interface

This section explains how to deploy an agent package using the browser interface. This method is an alternative to using the command-line interface.

In Foglight for Virtualization, Enterprise Edition, you can use the command-line interface to deploy an agent package for an upgraded cartridge, or you can use the browser interface.

Before you can deploy an agent package on a machine, you must first install the Agent Manager and the relevant agent package on that machine.

Use the Agent Managers dashboard to deploy one agent package at a time, or to deploy the agent package to multiple hosts. You can also deploy agent packages to a single host from the Agent Status page.

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