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DCO Upgrade 8.2.12 to 8.3.2 failed

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DCO Upgrade 8.2.12 to 8.3.2 failed

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Mate Fekete on 2019-11-21


I have similar issue like described in this thread:

DCO Upgrade 8.2.7 to 8.3 failed

I have DCO 8.2.12 and would like to upgrade 8.3.2. In my case the following checkbox was active and checked like this:

Do not download packages from the Internet X

 

No thirdparty RPMs" stayed empty.

I read carefully the relevant documentation: Getting from previous versions to DCO 8.x and especially section of Upgrading using the latest 8.x iso file

Chapter 2.d. says:

"Selecting not to download from the Internet may be relevant if you know you don't have an Internet connection during the upgrade as it may be a bit quicker when the upgrade doesn't check for newer files online."

 

That is the reason why I checked. I know that snippet from the log is not always useful but let's make a try. I can see that some package updates was unsuccessful like:

Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15460]: Error: Package: 7:device-mapper-event-1.02.146-4.el7.x86_64 (@DCO-CentOS)
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15461]: Requires: device-mapper = 7:1.02.146-4.el7
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15462]: Removing: 7:device-mapper-1.02.146-4.el7.x86_64 (@DCO-CentOS)
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15463]: device-mapper = 7:1.02.146-4.el7
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15464]: Updated By: 7:device-mapper-1.02.149-10.el7_6.7.x86_64 (thirdparty-swdco-local-rpms)
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15465]: device-mapper = 7:1.02.149-10.el7_6.7
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15466]: Error: Package: dracut-config-rescue-033-535.el7_5.1.x86_64 (@DCO-CentOS)
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15467]: Requires: dracut = 033-535.el7_5.1
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15468]: Removing: dracut-033-535.el7_5.1.x86_64 (@DCO-CentOS)
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15469]: dracut = 033-535.el7_5.1
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15470]: Updated By: dracut-033-554.el7.x86_64 (thirdparty-swdco-local-rpms)
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15471]: dracut = 033-554.el7
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15472]: Error: Package: dracut-network-033-535.el7_5.1.x86_64 (@DCO-CentOS)
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15473]: Requires: dracut = 033-535.el7_5.1
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15474]: Removing: dracut-033-535.el7_5.1.x86_64 (@DCO-CentOS)
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15475]: dracut = 033-535.el7_5.1
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15476]: Updated By: dracut-033-554.el7.x86_64 (thirdparty-swdco-local-rpms)
Nov 20 10:58:36 <servername> operations-upgrade[15477]: dracut = 033-554.el7

 

and then which clearly says what is happened: (nothing)

 

Nov 20 10:58:38 <servername> operations-upgrade[14109]: Operations::UpgradeManager::runUpgradeLocal Upgrade process went from 8.2.12-80089 -> 8.2.12-80089
Nov 20 10:58:38 <servername> operations-upgrade[14109]: Operations::UpgradeManager::runUpgradeLocal The upgrade process did not result in a new version of dco.
Nov 20 10:58:38 <servername> operations-upgrade[14109]: Operations::UpgradeManager::runUpgradeLocal The upgrade process has completed

What am I doing wrong?

I already opened case with ID #65207401 and log/backup already uploaded to appbox of Schneider customer service rep.

(CID:152077451)


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Re: DCO Upgrade 8.2.12 to 8.3.2 failed

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2019-11-21


Hi Mate,

It turns out that upgrading to 8.3.2 requires the DCO server having Internet access. Due to package dependencies an offline upgrade may fail, and unfortunately we have no work-around for this. In this case, eg. if the server dose not have Internet access, go for: a) clean installation of 8.3.2 b) and then restoring the latest backup file.

Kind regards

(CID:152077465)

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Re: DCO Upgrade 8.2.12 to 8.3.2 failed

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2019-11-21


Hi Mate,

It turns out that upgrading to 8.3.2 requires the DCO server having Internet access. Due to package dependencies an offline upgrade may fail, and unfortunately we have no work-around for this. In this case, eg. if the server dose not have Internet access, go for: a) clean installation of 8.3.2 b) and then restoring the latest backup file.

Kind regards

(CID:152077465)

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Re: DCO Upgrade 8.2.12 to 8.3.2 failed

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Mate Fekete on 2019-11-22


Thanks Jef, upgrade was successful with enabling (and setting up) internet access. I don't know why it is not possible to compile iso with all the necessary files to in-place upgrade but in this case maybe it would worth to post it for the future releases: internet access is necessary.

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Re: DCO Upgrade 8.2.12 to 8.3.2 failed

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2019-11-25


Hi Mate,

Glad to hear that you've successfully upgraded, many thanks for the update and suggestion (it will be added to the upgrade page soon), thanks.

Kind regards

(CID:152078330)

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