I need to upgrade my current acs 4.2.0 to 4.2.1, multi docs say that i can just download the software from the cisco web site. However, on the cisco web site I found two version non appears to be the correct one.
1. ACS 184.108.40.206.15.3-SW and ACS 220.127.116.11.15.3-clean .When tried to run either one of these version, it presented me a window which warn me that ACS 4.2.0 will be uninstall, if i continue. I even made the mistake of excepting yes, after that I was able to start my acs 4.2 service. Can someone direct me to the link for the upgrade from 4.2.0 to 4.2.1?
I have successfully download and installed ACS 4.2.1. However, that still not resolve my problem. The issue is a VMware Machine on ESX 3 server. Machine keeps dropping out of the network(not responding to ping for a short period,but quiet often), it is the only machine on the ESX server doing that! According to some research on google, 4.2.0 may have a memory leak that can causes the issue. So I decided to upgrade to 4.2.1. Oviously, the upgrade is not the fixe for me. Has anyone out there experience the same issue with ACS 4.2.0 OR 4.2.1 on ESX server?
ps I have two other boxes with 4.2.0 on two different physical machine which work fine!! So the issue got to be with VM integration!
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