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Upgrading Cross Provisioning Platform

Before you start the upgrade, ensure that you have:

To upgrade CPP from the Administration > Applications page of Junos Space:

  1. Select CPP from the list of installed applications and click Upgrade Application from the Actions menu.
  2. Click either Upload via HTTP or Upload via SCP and navigate to the location where you stored the CPP image.

    Based on your selection, the Upload via HTTP or Upload via SCP dialog box appears.

    To upload CPP by using HTTP:

    1. Click Upload via HTTP to open the dialog box.
    2. Navigate to the local location where the Cross Provisioning Platform image is stored.
    3. Select the image file and click Open to load the path.
    4. Click Upload to load the image file into Junos Space.

    To upload CPP by using SCP:

    1. Click Upload via SCP to open the Upload dialog box.
    2. Enter the Secure Copy credentials to upload the CPP image from a remote server to Junos Space.
      1. User—Enter the username.
      2. Confirm Password—Enter the password and reenter the password in the Confirm Password field.
      3. IP address—Enter the host IP address.
      4. Path—Enter the local pathname of the CPP application file.
    3. Click Upload to load the image file into Junos Space.
  3. Click OK to skip viewing the job results.
  4. Select Cross Provisioning Platform and click Upgrade.

    You can check the Job Status page to see the progress of the upgrade job. When the upgrade is completed, Cross Provisioning Platform appears on the Applications inventory page.

  5. After you upgrade CPP, you must restart JBoss for the monitoring and fault features to work properly in standalone and cluster setups:

    To restart the JBoss server in a standalone setup:

    1. Stop the watchdog, domain controller, and JBoss services on the standalone node.

      service jmp-watchdog stop

      service jboss-dc stop

      service jboss stop

    2. Start the watchdog service.

      service jmp-watchdog start

      Note: Starting the watchdog service restarts the JBoss and domain controller services as well.

      It takes approximately 20 minutes for the JBoss server to come up after the restart.

    To restart the JBoss server in a cluster setup:

    1. Stop the services on the secondary node.

      service jmp-watchdog stop

      service jboss stop

    2. Stop the services on the primary node (You can find the VIP hosted node in Space > Fabric).

      service jmp-watchdog stop

      service jboss-dc stop

      service jboss stop

    3. Start the services on the primary node.

      service jmp-watchdog start

    4. Start the services on the secondary node.

      service jmp-watchdog start

      It takes approximately 20 minutes for the JBoss server to come up after the restart.

  6. Download the DMI schemas for devices that require a later schema, and upload the schema to Junos Space.
  7. To work on CPP, select Cross Provisioning Platform from the Applications list in the upper-left corner above the Tasks tree.

    The CPP page is displayed in the browser window.

  8. (Optional) Bookmark this page in your browser for future use.

    You can use the bookmarked URL to log in to CPP without logging in to Junos Space first.

Modified: 2017-02-22