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How to install a patch on remaining ISE servers

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Sep 3rd, 2013
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Hello,


I have a cluster of ISE servers in version 1.1.4. I patched it with Patch 4.


Then, I added more ISE servers in version 1.1.4. How to I patch these new servers to Patch 4 ? In the status page, it displays correctly that some servers have the patch installed while the new ones do not have it installed. But I don't find the way do install the patch on the remaining server ?


Can anyone tell me how to proceed ?


Thanks,


David

Correct Answer by Tarik Admani about 3 years 11 months ago

Please patch them from the CLI, place the patch file on your repository and run the "patch...." command and when they come back up and connect to the ISE nodes you will see the correct status in the patch install status screen.


I have done this many times and have had success, and honestly think this is the only method.


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Tarik Admani Tue, 09/03/2013 - 08:53
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Please patch them from the CLI, place the patch file on your repository and run the "patch...." command and when they come back up and connect to the ISE nodes you will see the correct status in the patch install status screen.


I have done this many times and have had success, and honestly think this is the only method.


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david_mayor Wed, 09/04/2013 - 02:42
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Hi,


I had to follow Tark Admani's advice to patch ISE servers individually. It worked like a charm by installing the patch from the CLI on the servers.


The Cisco docs on how to manage patch installation does not mention that method.


Many thanks,


David

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