In this document Cisco TAC engineer " Samson Aloor " has explained about issue "Licenses are not visible after migration from Wireless Control System (WCS) to Prime Infrastructure (PI)".
Cisco Prime Network Control System (NCS) Wireless
Customer upgraded the WCS to PI and lost the licenses after he restored the Oracle DB.
After migration to PI 2.0 old licenses are not detected and there is an error when adding new licenses:
"Your license has been applied. Please login logout into the system, to let licenses take effect."
The issue is visible when migration to PI 2.0 is performed and when old WCS licenses were present on migrated PI
Run the following commands in root mode (access using 'root' command from CLI, use root_enable to set password if needed)
root - Executes the root shell.
root_enable - Activates the root command.
- move WCS licenses (wcs*) out of the Prime Infrastructure License Directory to another location
e.g. mv /opt/CSCOlumos/licenses/wcs*.lic /localdisk
(/localdisk is the disk: directory accessible from normal CLI)
- Run the License Restore Script:
- Logout and Login to GUI
- At this point the old licenses should be visible in GUI again and new licenses can be added as needed.
If the licenses are not visible yet, add them again.
Try to restore backup of the NCS, created before upgrade.
Cisco Prime Infrastructure 2.1 - Installing Patches
You may need to install patches to get your version of Prime Infrastructure to the level at which upgrade is supported. For example: If you are currently running Cisco Prime Infrastructure version 1.3.0, you must install the PI_1_3_0_20-Update.4-16 patch before attempting to upgrade. You can check the Prime Infrastructure version and patch version you are running by using the CLI commands show version and show application .
Different patch files are provided for each version of Prime Infrastructure and its predecessor products. Download and install only the patch files that match the version of your existing system and that are required before you upgrade to a higher version. You can find the appropriate patches by pointing your browser to the Cisco Download Software navigator .
Before installing a patch, you will need to copy the patch file to your Prime Infrastructure server’s default repository. Many users find it easy to do this by first downloading the patch file to a local FTP server, then copying it to the repository. You can also copy the patch file to the default repository using any of the following methods:
cdrom—Local CD-ROM drive (read only)
disk—Local hard disk storage
ftp—URL using an FTP server.
http—URL using an HTTP server (read only)
https—URL using an HTTPS server (read only)
nfs—URL using an NFS server
sftp—URL using an SFTP server
tftp—URL using a TFTP server
Step 1 Download the appropriate point patch to a local resource in your environment:
a. With the Cisco Download Software navigator displayed in your browser, select Products > Cloud and Systems Management > Routing and Switching Management > Network Management Solutions > Cisco Prime Infrastructure .
b. Select the version of Cisco Prime Infrastructure that most closely matches the one you are currently using (e.g., Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.2 ).
c. Click Prime Infrastructure Patches to see the list of available patches for that version of the product.
d. Next to each patch that is required, click Download , then follow the prompts to download the file.
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