I want to upgrade on of our vCenters from version 4.1 to "4.1 Update 1". But when I start the installer, there's not a word that it'll perform an upgrade and I have to provide the DSN, login information, ports and everything. From all previous upgrades I remember, that the installer showed information about already installed components which can be upgraded.
So is this the correct way to perform the upgrade?
have you tried to use the ISO instead? If vCenter is a VM, you can mount the ISO to the VM, or you could burn the ISO onto a DVD.
Also, when running the setup, your vCenter Server Service should be running
Ok, it worked that way. I was just hesitating, because I remembered the Upgrade process being different in earlier versions. Now you have to upgrade vCenter, vSphere client and Update Manager in single steps, while this was usually performed automatically. Or am I wrong?
Thanks anyway for the input.