Concerning the upgrade process as per the documentation before upgrade the WLANs and 802.11 networks have to be disabled. If I do that will the APs move to the backup controller or before dissabling everything I need to move the APs manually to the backup controller.
Disabling the WLANs is not related to moving the AP.. Before upgrade.. configure the AP for primary, Secondary and the teriary so that it will joing the Secondary WLC and then you can upgrade... When you move the AP to another, then this will reload and then come up on the secondary..
If you go to your WLC interface, select the wireless tab. You'll see each AP you manage.
Click on each AP and choose the high availability tab. You'll see a box for each of your primary, secondary, and tertiary controllers.
Just change the primary controller name and IP to match the controller you want the APs to associate with and apply.
You don't necessarilyt need to reboot. Even if you have your failover priority set to low, they will still change without a reboot, but it will take a few extra minutes. If you want them to reboot and re-authenticate right away, that's just one more step.
Once your primary is changed, go back to the general tab and click the button (bottom left) that says reboot ap.
Once your controller has no APs associated with it (on the monitor summary - should see 0 APs) you're clear to reboot and upgrade that controller.
Once it's back up, just go to the secondary controller and follow the above steps to move all the APs to the newly upgraded controller and repeat the process.
Transferring Crash file from standby:
Login to the Active WLC in HA.
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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