Install Greenfield 3.3 virtual environment and copy licensing from the 2.2.3 appliance we have now, so now we are running fully on the new 3.3 environment
Still keep the 2.2.3 appliance around for historical reasons, if, for whatever reason, we wanted to look or pull old reports
Can this be done? Is the licensing really just a copy? The guide seems to indicate this. So, in theory, if there were an issue we could go back, turn on the old appliance, and pull a legacy report, if needed?
Upgrading from PI 2.2.2 to PI 3.3 cannot be done directly and you have to follow the upgrade path: Upgrade Path 2.2.3 -> 3.0 -> 3.1 or 3.2 -> 3.3
Performing the upgrade You need to make an application backup to a remote repository and verify the integrity of backup (do this for every version upgrade 2.2.3 -> 3.0 -> 3.1 or 3.2 -> 3.3 to be on the safe side) Are you running a VM or hardware appliance? If you're running a VM, just take a snapshot, clone the VM, change the IP and perform the upgrade on the clone VM. So now you have 2 PI VM having versions 2.2.3 and 3.3. For hardware appliance, I guess you'll have to do backup restoration if you need to pull reports on the old version.
Licensing If you are doing a fresh installation of PI 3.x, you can copy the licenses from legacy systems and install them on PI 3.x (re-host NOT required) The PI 2.x licenses all work on PI 3.x. License files are located in the /opt/CSCOlumos/licenses directory on your system.
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