vmrulz
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6.1 pak upgrade leaves my appliance at 6.0.2.277...

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I've applied the 6.1 upgrade against my appliance twice now expecting to see version 6.1.x however it is still showing 6.0.2x after reboots. Is 6.0.2 the actual version behind 6.1?

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greco827
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That's not the exact same one.  That's an OS upgrade .pak.

Depending on whether or not you have a Windows based Remote Collector, you need one of the two at the top of the image.  The third is the one you used.

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greco827
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No, it should be

Version 6.1.0.3038036

Build 3038036

Is the .pak file you used vRealize_Operations_Manager-VA-6.1.0.3038037.pak?

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vmrulz
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Yep vRealize_Operations_Manager-VA-OS-6.1.0.3038037.pak just downloaded it today. The pak upgrade went through all 9 upgrade steps. Tried re-applying... still the same.

Any idea which logs are relevant to the upgrade process?

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greco827
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That's not the exact same one.  That's an OS upgrade .pak.

Depending on whether or not you have a Windows based Remote Collector, you need one of the two at the top of the image.  The third is the one you used.

vROps_61upgrade.jpg

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vmrulz
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By golly you are right.. the devil is in the details. My mind saw windows referenced in each of those first two and a chose the last one.

Thanks for setting me straight!

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greco827
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I've made the same mistake before, so no worries.  Glad I could help.

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