Deprecation NoticeReleases previous to 7.5 are deprecated. If you are upgrading from a version previous to 7.5, please contact us before continuing.
Minor upgrades within a major version are done via yum.
To upgrade OP5 Monitor via yum, log in to the console or via SSH. If you are logging in remotely via SSH, we recommend you perform the update in a tmux or screen session so that the process is not interrupted if there is a network problem.
To upgrade type:
# yum clean all && yum update
If there are any updates, yum will let you know what is going to up updated and you get a question if you want to continue or not.
Monitor 7 to Monitor 8
To update to OP5 Monitor 8 from any previous version of OP5 Monitor 7, follow these instructions:
# yum clean all # yum update # yum install op5-release-up-7-to-8 # yum --enablerepo='*7-to-8*' update
On EL7, run
# systemctl enable op5-monitor
For more information, see the 8.4.x upgrade documentation.
Note: Monitor 8.x end of support is April 2024. Please consider deploying or migrating to version 9.x. See the compatibility matrix for end of availability and end of support notices.
Monitor 8 to Monitor 9
There is no in-place upgrade from Monitor 8.x to Monitor 9.x as Monitor 9.x is designed to run on EL8 operating systems.
Deploy a new EL8 VM or server and run the Monitor 9.x installation.
For migrations from 8.x to 9.x, ensure to
op5-check-migration tool on the 8.x environment in order to determine if the migrate to 9.x will not be problematic.
More information on op5-check-migration, installing 9.x, and migration to 9.x can be found in the 9.x documentation.