We are in the process of upgrading from LMS 2.5 (yeah, I know) to 2.6. Is there a standard migration path I should follow? The document I got from the Cisco website does not suggest anything in terms of backup and, more importantly, restore in case of upgrade failure.
Or server is a Sun V240, dual-cpu with 4gb RAM and this is going to be a same server upgrade. We have plans to move to a Win2k3 vmware image running LMS 3.1 later this year.
The Cisco.com migration docs should be sufficient. In a nutshell, you'll go from 2.5 to 2.5.1 then 2.6. After you upgrade to 2.6, go to http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl/cd-one-3des , and download CS 3.0.6. After installing that, you can go to Common Services > Software Center > Software Update, and download service packs for RME, Campus Manager, and DFM.
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