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  1. Check that you have fulfilled the Enterprise Console prerequisites before starting.

  2. Open a browser and navigate to the GUI: 

    No Format
    http(s)://<hostname>:<port>

    9191 is the default port.

  3. Navigate to the Install homepage and click Custom Install.

  4. Name the Platform:

    1. Enter a Name and the Installation Path for your platform.

      Info

      The Installation Path is an absolute path under which all of the platform components are installed. The same path is used for all hosts added to the platform. Use a path which does not have any existing AppDynamics components installed under it.
      The path you choose must be writeable, i.e. the user who installed the Enterprise Console should have write permissions to that folder. Also, the same path should be writable on all of the hosts that the Enterprise Console manages.

      Example path: /home/appduser/appdynamics/product

  5. Add a Host:

    Note

    Note that all services on Windows machines must be installed on the Enterprise Console host , since the Enterprise Console does not support remote operations on Windows. Therefore, you cannot add a host in a Windows Enterprise Console machine.

    1. Enter the host machine-related information: Host Name, Username, and Private Key. This is where the Events Service will be upgraded. Therefore, this needs to point to the host machine where the Events Service is currently up and running. For more information about how to add credentials and hosts, see Administer the Enterprise Console.

  6. Click on Platforms. Select the newly created platform and navigate to the Events Service page.
  7. Discover Events Service:
    1. Select Discover & Upgrade Events Service.
    2. Select an available Target Version from the dropdown list.

      Info

      The list is populated by versions that the Enterprise Console is aware of. This means that you can upgrade the Events Service to any intermediate version or to the latest version as long as the Enterprise Console installer has been run for those versions.

    3. Enter the Installation Directory.
    4. Enter the Events Service Host.
  8. Click Submit. 

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Once the upgrade is complete, the Events Service Health status and related information can be accessed from the Events Service page.

Note

After upgrading to 4.4.x or the latest, the commands to start and stop the Events Service change. See Administer the Events Service for more information.

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  1. Check that you have fulfilled the Enterprise Console prerequisites before starting.

  2. Upgrade the Enterprise Console to the lastest latest version.
  3. Open a browser and navigate to the GUI: 

    No Format
    http(s)://<hostname>:<port>

    9191 is the default port.

  4. Navigate to the Events Service page of the platform.
  5. Select the Events Service host you would like to upgrade.
  6. Click Upgrade Events Service.
  7. Select an available Target Version from the dropdown list.

    Info

    The list is populated by versions that the Enterprise Console is aware of. This means that you can upgrade the Events Service to any intermediate version or to the latest version as long as the Enterprise Console installer has been run for those versions.

  8. Confirm the Upgrade.

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