Before upgrading UMS to the new version, i’m told that there should be no active console sessions because it may cause the database to lock. Any tips/tricks to see active sessions and/or verify there are no active sessions or locks to the DB before upgrading?
On Server itself: search for rmclient.exe / rmadmin.exe processes and terminate them before.
On Clients spread over the world, a command on UMS Server like netstat -avbn connected on Port 8443 should give you all connected clients at this moment but it isn‘t really guaranteed that it is a Console instead of a file transfer from an endpoint.
As an alternative: Stop the Windows Service IgelRMGUIServer and THEN start the update.
Hope it helps a bit!
Oh I guess i should specify that I was referring to HA with an external SQL server. Will this transfer to that type of setting?
On Processes: it doesn‘t matter.
On services: Then add the LB / Watchdog services to the equation but that should be enough.
Ok, thanks 🙂
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