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3 Installing, Upgrading, and Uninstalling BART : 3.3 Upgrading from BART 1.0.x

Step 1: It is suggested that you make a copy of your BART configuration file located in the BART_HOME/etc directory although installation of BART 1.1 results in a new, separate BART_HOME parent directory.
Step 2: As the root user, update to BART 1.1 with the yum update edb-bart command.
Step 3: Update the new BART configuration file located in the new BART_HOME/etc directory with the configuration file settings you wish to retain from your previous BART version that you saved in Step 1.
If you have a BART backup catalog created with BART 1.0.x that you wish to use with BART 1.1, be sure you set the backup_path parameter of the BART 1.1 configuration file to this existing BART 1.0.x backup catalog.
The bart-host parameter must also specify the same BART user account that was used for BART 1.0.x to be able to access the BART backup catalog.
Step 4: In order to use the BART backups created with BART 1.0.x, you must first run the BART 1.1 INIT subcommand with the -r option in order to create a BART backupinfo file for each backup.
After the installation and setup of BART 1.1 is completed, run the BART 1.1 INIT subcommand with the -r option. See Section 5.4.1 for additional information regarding the INIT subcommand.
Note: The LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable must be set before running BART 1.1 as shown by the following example. See Section 5.3 for additional information.
The BART 1.1 SHOW-BACKUPS subcommand displays the backups:

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