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2 Upgrading a PEM Installation : 2.1 Upgrading a PEM Agent

./pem_agent-x.x.x-linux.run
Where x.x.x specifies the version information for the installer.
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The PEM Agent Setup Wizard opens, welcoming you (see Figure 2.1).

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Read and accept the License Agreement (shown in Figure 2.2) before clicking Next to continue.

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When the Ready to Install dialog (shown in Figure 2.4) informs you that the installation is about to begin, click Next to continue.

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The PEM Agent Setup Wizard will inform you when the installation completes (see Figure 2.6). Click Finish to exit the wizard and close the window.
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Copy the configuration file of the existing PEM 6.0 agent to the location of the PEM 7.1 configuration file (/usr/pem/agent/etc/agent.cfg). For example, to copy the configuration file of a PEM 6.0 agent to the location required by the PEM 7.1 agent, use the command:

2 Upgrading a PEM Installation : 2.1 Upgrading a PEM Agent

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