MILLER

IAS migration to Linux and then upgrade

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I don't know if this is the right place, but...I have test installation of IAS 3.14.xx on Windows 2016. I wanna migrate it to Centos 7 and then upgrade it to 3.21

Migration using DMT goes well (need to run it 3 times in order to migrate all users and digipass), but upgrade on Centos or IAS upgrade.sh is giving me headaches.Upgrade to 3.15 goes smoothly, server is not in migration mode, stared ok after upgrade all well.

Then I want to update to 3.16 but, this is what I get after starting ./upgrade.sh

Error executing custom action GetDataMigrationState: IAS is not upgradeable
Installation cancelled - data migration from previous upgrade is incomplete.
Please complete migrating the data to the currently installed version of IDENTIKEY Authentication Server before proceeding with this upgrade.

Any clues what to complete and where when migration did go well?

Thank you.

REGARDS 

miller


Reply to: IAS migration to Linux and then upgrade

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Please contact [email protected] on these issues as they will be best placed to assist.

Kind regards,

Peter

 

Peter Vanderborght

OneSpan


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 hey,

i also have this issue need suggestion.I don't know if this is the right place, but...I have test installation of IAS 3.14.xx on Windows 2016. I wanna migrate it to Centos 7 and then upgrade it to 3.21

 


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I had tons of issues and stuff I didn't like about Windows. I always had to update. Why are forced updates even a thing?? A lot of updates from Microsoft's side fixed, but also broke a lot of stuff. The lack of customization is awful. Windows takes way more RAM and CPU usage, even when programs aren't opened. Also the way I have to send data to Microsoft..I don't like that. The worst thing about it is that it's price is 100 bucks. 100 bucks for that piece of sh*t, full of ads for their stupid products. I had to do sth.

 

 

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Best to contact support or ask professional services to help.

Very highlevel your upgrade path would be to upgrade OAS on windows first, then install linux next to it and move the data over. But then that depends if you're using the internal database or not and possibly be impacted by the tokens you are using.

Kind regards,

Peter

 

Peter Vanderborght

OneSpan


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