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Step 1: Install BART 2.3 in a separate directory than BART 2.0. Refer Section 3.1 for BART 2.3 installation.
Step 2: Save a copy of your BART 2.0 configuration file. The default location and file name is /usr/edb/bart2.0/etc/bart.cfg).
Step 3: Use the following command to remove BART 2.0.
Step 4: In the newly created /usr/edb/bart/etc directory, place the configuration file bart.cfg that you saved in Step 1 from BART 2.0. (Note that this is the default location of the configuration file. The -c option can be used with BART subcommands to specify an alternative configuration file name or location. See Section 5.3 for information.)
Ensure the backup_path parameter of the BART 2.3 configuration file is set to a new directory and not to any existing BART 2.0 backup catalog. In other words, new full backups and incremental backups taken using BART 2.3 must be stored in a new BART backup catalog.
Step 5: Adjust the setting of the PATH environment variable to include the directory location of the BART 2.3 bin subdirectory in the ~/.bashrc or ~/.bash_profile files of the following user accounts:
Step 6: On any remote host on which incremental backups were restored using BART 2.0, the same BART 2.3 installation and BART 2.0 removal process must be performed in a similar manner as on the BART host.


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