By Owen Allen-Oracle on Mar 13, 2014
Now that Ops Center 12.2 is out, you might be interested in upgrading to it. We've put together a guide that explains how to perform an upgrade, but I thought I'd explain some of the basics here.
First off, you can only upgrade from version 12.1.3 or 12.1.4, so if you're not on one of those versions already, you need to upgrade to one of them before upgrading to 12.2.
Also, before you upgrade, take a look at these docs and follow their instructions:
- The Release Notes, as there are some known issues during upgrade
- The Install Guides (Oracle Solaris or Linux), as some of the system requirements have changed.
- The Certified Systems Matrix, as there are some new supported systems, OS versions, and technologies.
Once you've done this, the Upgrade Guide will walk you through the process of upgrading. The book has several chapters, each one tailored to a specific environment (high availability or single Enterprise Controller) and upgrade method (user interface or command line), to make the process as clear as possible.