Upgrading the Hadoop Foreign Data Wrapper v2

If you have an existing installation of MongoDB Foreign Data Wrapper that you installed using the EDB repository, you can use the upgrade command to update your repository configuration file and then upgrade to a more recent product version. To start the process, open a terminal window, assume superuser privileges, and enter the commands that apply to the operating system and package manager used for the installation:

On RHEL or Rocky Linux or AlmaLinux or OL 8

# Update your edb.repo file to access the current EDB repository
dnf upgrade edb-repo

# Upgrade to the latest version product 
dnf upgrade edb-as<xx>-hdfs_fdw
# where <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version number

On RHEL or CentOS or OL 7:

# Update your edb.repo file to access the current EDB repository 
yum upgrade edb-repo

# Upgrade to the latest version product version
yum upgrade edb-as<xx>-hdfs_fdw edb-libmongoc-libs
# where <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version number

On SLES

# Update your edb.repo file to access the current EDB repository
zypper upgrade edb-repo

# Upgrade to the latest version product 
zypper upgrade edb-as<xx>-hdfs_fdw
# where <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version number

On Debian or Ubuntu

# Update your edb.repo file to access the current EDB repository
zypper upgrade edb-repo

# Upgrade to the latest version product
apt-get --only-upgrade install edb-as<xx>-hdfs-fdw edb-libmongoc
# where <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version number

On RHEL or CentOS 7 on PPCLE

# Update your edb.repo file to access the current EDB repository 
yum upgrade edb-repo

# Upgrade to the latest version product version
yum upgrade edb-as<xx>-hdfs_fdw edb-libmongoc-at<yy>-libs     
# where:
# <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version number
# <yy> is Advance Toolchain major version number. For EDB Postgres 
# Advanced Server versions 10 to 11, <yy> must be 10 and for 
# EDB Postgres Advanced Server version 12 and later, <yy> must be 11.