Chapter 2. Updates between Minor Releases
2.1. Updating the Red Hat Virtualization Manager
Procedure 2.1. Updating Red Hat Virtualization Manager
- On the Red Hat Virtualization Manager machine, check if updated packages are available:
- If there are no updates are available, the command will output the text
# engine-upgrade-check VERB: queue package ovirt-engine-setup for update VERB: package ovirt-engine-setup queued VERB: Building transaction VERB: Empty transaction VERB: Transaction Summary: No upgrade
NoteIf updates are expected, but not available, ensure that the required repositories are enabled. See Subscribing to the Required Entitlements in the Installation Guide.
- If updates are available, the command will list the packages to be updated:
# engine-upgrade-check VERB: queue package ovirt-engine-setup for update VERB: package ovirt-engine-setup queued VERB: Building transaction VERB: Transaction built VERB: Transaction Summary: VERB: updated - ovirt-engine-lib-3.3.2-0.50.el6ev.noarch VERB: update - ovirt-engine-lib-3.4.0-0.13.el6ev.noarch VERB: updated - ovirt-engine-setup-3.3.2-0.50.el6ev.noarch VERB: update - ovirt-engine-setup-3.4.0-0.13.el6ev.noarch VERB: install - ovirt-engine-setup-base-3.4.0-0.13.el6ev.noarch VERB: install - ovirt-engine-setup-plugin-ovirt-engine-3.4.0-0.13.el6ev.noarch VERB: updated - ovirt-engine-setup-plugins-3.3.1-1.el6ev.noarch VERB: update - ovirt-engine-setup-plugins-3.4.0-0.5.el6ev.noarch Upgrade available Upgrade available
- Update the ovirt-engine-setup package:
# yum update ovirt-engine-setup
- Update the Red Hat Virtualization Manager. By running
engine-setup, the script will prompt you with some configuration questions like updating the firewall rules, updating PKI certificates, and backing up the Data Warehouse database. The script will then go through the process of stopping the
ovirt-engineservice, downloading and installing the updated packages, backing up and updating the database, performing post-installation configuration, and starting the
engine-setupscript is also used during the Red Hat Virtualization Manager installation process, and it stores the configuration values that were supplied. During an update, the stored values are displayed when previewing the configuration, and may not be up to date if
engine-configwas used to update configuration after installation. For example, if
engine-configwas used to update
engine-setupwill output "Default SAN wipe after delete: False" in the configuration preview. However, the updated values will not be overwritten by
ImportantThe update process may take some time; allow time for the update process to complete and do not stop the process once initiated.
- Update the base operating system and any optional packages installed on the Manager:
# yum update
ImportantIf any kernel packages were updated, reboot the system to complete the update.