Upgrading Product

If a machine where you plan to install Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 2.0 runs an earlier version of the product, to upgrade the product, complete the following steps:

  1. Copy Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 1.0 configuration files from the product installation directory to a separate directory on the Veeam Agent machine or to a network shared folder. These configuration files are required to restore data from backups created with Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 1.0. The following files are required:
  • /etc/veeam/devices.ini

This file contains information about backup locations configured in Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 1.0.

  • /etc/veeam/ubax.ini

This file contains information about the default backup location specified in Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 1.0.

  • /etc/veeam/scripts/veeam.scp (or custom script that you specified in Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 1.0 backup settings)

This file is required to restore data from a Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 1.0 full backup using a restore script.

  • /etc/veeam/media/*.lml

Media library (.lml) files are required to restore data from a Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 1.0 full backup using a media library entry.

 

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Make sure you have copied configuration files before you proceed to the step 2. Otherwise, when you uninstall Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 1.0, these files will be deleted along with the product.

  1. Uninstall Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 1.0. To do this, use the following command:

 

rpm -e VeeamAgent

During the uninstallation process, backup files created with Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 1.0 are not impacted in any way.

  1. Install Veeam Agent for IBM AIX 2.0. For details, see Installing Veeam Agent for IBM AIX.
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