|The upgrade pack adjusts the existing install of a Domino® server.
The upgrade pack adjusts the existing install of a Domino
- Obtain a copy of the appropriate upgradepack executable or archive file through the distribution channel.
- Shut down the server.
- Remove all remnants of any beta copies of the extension library.
- In the file system, search the following directories in the Domino install:
Remove files that contain domino.das, domino.services, wink, or extlib in their names.
If the extension library plug-ins are in an NSF-based update site, remove or comment out this (or a similar) line in the server notes.ini file:
- osgi\extlib\eclipse\features and osgi\extlib\eclipse\plugins
- data\domino\workspace\applications\eclipse\features and data\domino\workspace\applications\eclipse\plugins
For Windows™ GUI mode, do the following:
For Windows silent mode, do the following:
- Run w32n_upgradepack.exe or w64n_upgradepack.exe.
- On the first dialog, change the location for the unpacked install files if desired. You can later install from the unpacked location by running setup.exe.
- Click Next to unpack the install files and start the InstallShield Wizard.
- Follow the wizard to complete the installation.
You can cancel if you do not want to install at this time.
For Unix, do the following:
- If the response file is ready, you can install in one step by running one of the following:
w32n_upgradepack.exe -s -a -silent -options <response_file>
w64n_upgradepack.exe -s -a -silent -options <response_file>
- Otherwise unpack the kit by running one of the following:
w32n_upgradepack.exe -f <kit_location> -e
w64n_upgradepack.exe -f <kit_location> -e
- Then edit the response file.
The kit contains a sample response file.
- Then change to the directory with the unpacked files and run the following:
setup.exe -silent -options <response_file>
- Create a directory for the install files.
- Move or copy the archive aix64.tar, aix.tar, linux.tar, sol.tar, or zlinux64.tar to the install directory.
- Change to the install directory.
- Untar the archive.
- Execute the following to ensure that all files are runnable:
- Set the DISPLAY environment variable for using the UI on Unix. (xclock should display the clock to check for a working display.)
- For silent mode, execute the following:
./install -silent options <response_file.dat>
The kit contains a sample response file.
- For console mode, execute the following:
If the installer does not run, ensure that all scripts in the tools directory have execute permission.
For IBM® i, do the following:
Upon successful completion of the install:
- Copy the installation kit to a workstation and extract its contents.
- Sign onto the target IBM i system with a profile that has command line capabilities and the user class *SECOFR.
Note: You must have a proper IBM i user profile to transfer the file. See your system administrator if you cannot proceed.
- Create a SAVEF file on the target IBM i system with the following command:
- Transfer the saved binary file to the IBM i system by using the following commands and responses on the workstation. Change the drive if C:\ is not correct.
ftp [IBM i system name or IP address]
Name: [Enter IBM i user profile name and press Enter]
Password: [Enter IBM i password and press Enter]
Representation type is binary IMAGE.
ftp>put [C]:\QUP08531 QGPL/QUP08531
- On the IBM i system, end all active Domino servers by using the WRKDOMSVR command with the option 6=End server.
Wait for the servers to end.
- Load and Apply the 8.5.3 Upgrade Pack PTF with the following commands:
LODPTF LICPGM(5733L85) DEV(*SAVF) SELECT(UP08531) SAVF(QGPL/QUP08531)
APYPTF LICPGM(5733L85) RLS(V8R5M3) SELECT(UP08531)
Restart the server. You can check for the new plug-ins with the following console commands:
- Your system contains the following program: Lotus Domino Upgrade Pack.
- Your Domino install contains additional plug-ins for:
- Domino Access Services (DAS)
- Domino Wink
- Extension Library feature Group 1 localization pack
- Extension Library feature Group 2 localization pack
- Extension Library feature Group 3 localization pack
- XPages Extension Library
- XPages Extension Library Install Handler Feature
For Windows uninstall, do the following:
> tell http osgi ss com.ibm.domino
> tell http osgi ss com.ibm.wink
> tell http osgi ss com.ibm.xsp.extlib
For Unix uninstall, do the following:
- Open Add or Remove Programs in the Control Panel.
- Remove Lotus Domino Upgrade Pack.
Parent topic: Installing and administering the XPages Extension Library
- Change to the directory with the install files.
- Execute the following:
To uninstall in silent mode, first edit the install script and replace -console