9) login to the CLI of the NCS/PI server as an admin user
10) type dir disk:ftp and you’ll see the file stored in the /localdisk/ftp directory on the disk
11) if you don’t have a repo pointing to disk:ftp then create one using
a) config t
b) repository localftp
c) url disk:/ftp
12) type ncs stop
13) type patch install <patch name> localftp
Note: if a PC firewall is enabled, you may need to disable it in order to get the file transfer to work
Caution You cannot uninstall or remove this patch.
Note•It is important to back up your system before applying this patch. Store the backup in an external repository. This will help you to revert to the original Prime Infrastructure 126.96.36.199 state. To revert to original Prime Infrastructure 188.8.131.52 state, follow these steps:
–Reinstall Prime Infrastructure 184.108.40.206 from an OVA or ISO distribution.
–Restore data from the backup that you made before applying the patch.
•Before you begin, remove any existing High Availability configuration from your primary and secondary Prime Infrastructure servers. You can do this using either of the following options:
–Launch Prime Infrastructure, choose Administration > High Availability > HA Configuration, and click Remove.
–Go to admin console and run the ncs ha remove command.
•There is no need to shut down your server before installing this patch release. The patch installation will stop the application and restart it again.
•There is no need to reboot your system manually after applying this patch.
•The patch installation takes approximately 15-20 minutes.
Follow these steps to install the patch to your existing Prime Infrastructure 220.127.116.11 system:
Step 1 Go to the following URL to download the PI_1_3_0_20-Update.1.12.tar.gz patch to your repository:
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