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Upgrade Bosh Director
For the bosh director itself, you can't download its own manifest. You need
save it in something like git.
As Brandon pointed out, you need to have a copy of your bosh-state.json
from your original deployment to ensure that you update the deployment and
not deploy a new director.
On Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 8:10 AM Brandon Hudlemeyer <bhudlemeyer(a)gmail.com>
I haven't seen any documentation on the actual upgrade process. What I
I haven't seen any documentation on the actual upgrade process. What I have
always done is just update the bosh manifest with the newest information
and done a re-deploy like you would if you were updating stemcells being
used by other deployments.I have only done this using bosh-init so far I
have not tried it with bosh v2 and create-env.
I also use the command in the same directory the bosh-state.json file is
housed in (not sure this is a requirement but paranoid).
update lines in bosh manifest to newest versions:
- name: bosh
- name: bosh-vsphere-cpi
bosh-init deploy bosh.yml (again havent used bosh v2 and create-env for
this yet but would be same process basically I believe).
On Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 7:53 AM nitin padalia <padalia.nitin(a)gmail.com>
How can I upgrade my bosh director to a new version, can you point me some documentation if any?
Also is there any way to download bosh director manifest, like we can download deployment manifest of deployments managed by bosh director.
Thanks! in advance.
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