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NetVault 11.3 - Installation Guide

Introduction Deploying NetVault Backup Reviewing pre-installation requirements Installing NetVault Backup Reviewing post-installation requirements Upgrading NetVault Backup Licensing NetVault Backup Removing NetVault Backup Troubleshooting

Upgrading NetVault Backup in GUI mode

The graphical mode is available on all supported operating systems that provide a graphical environment. This mode requires GTK packages or X Window System libraries on Linux- and UNIX-based systems.

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In the License Agreement dialog box, select the I accept the agreement option if you accept all the terms.
Click Next to continue.
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When upgrading from NetVault Backup Server 9.2 on Linux, the dialog box for PostgreSQL Linux user account is displayed next.This dialog box is not displayed during client installations. For more information about NetVault Backup PostgreSQL Linux user account, see Determine NetVault Backup PostgreSQL Linux user account.
Allow NetVault Backup to create PostgreSQL Linux user: By default, this option is selected.
Linux user name: Select this option if you want to use the already existing Linux user account.
Click Next to continue.
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When upgrading from NetVault Backup Server 9.2, the PostgreSQL Database Superuser Password dialog box is displayed. This dialog box is not displayed for other server or client upgrades.
In the Password box, specify a password for the PostgreSQL database super user.
In the Retype password box, type the password again for confirmation.
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In the Ready to Upgrade dialog box, click Yes to begin installation.

Upgrading NetVault Backup in text mode

The text mode is available on all supported operating systems, except Windows.

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The License Agreement screen is displayed. Press Enter to read through the agreement.
Press y to accept the license agreement and continue.
Press Enter if you want to select the default option.
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In the Ready to Upgrade screen, press Enter to begin installation.

Upgrading NetVault Backup in unattended mode

<Name of the installation file> -mode unattended --pg-linuxuser-name <pg-linuxuser-name>

Upgrading licensed plug-ins

The procedures for installing and removing the licensed plug-ins are covered in the respective plug-in user's guides. The standard method for upgrading any optional plug-in is to install the latest version over the previous version of the plug-in. Any changes or additional steps required for an upgrade are described in the Release Notes for that version of the plug-in.

 

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