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Old 11-19-2020, 02:01 PM
sammyseo sammyseo is offline
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Default Upgrading CentOS (Linux) or Apache Tomcat (Windows)

This question is pertaining to R11 and one-X Portal for Windows and the Linux Application Server.

1. In One-X Portal for Windows, is there a way to upgrade just the Apache Tomcat server? Or do you need to upgrade to R11.1 to get a current release of Apache Tomcat? If so, how can I find out what version of Apache Tomcat is included with R11.1?

2. In the R11 Linux Application Server, CentOS 6.10 is the underlying Linux OS. CentOS R6 is EOL as of 11/30/20. Is there a way to upgrade just the underlying CentOS to R7? Or do I need to upgrade to R11.1?

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Old 12-28-2020, 08:55 AM
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Upgrade your version to build 95 this is CentOS 7

and to get version of apache tomcat I connected to SSH use command

cd /opt/Avaya/oneXportal/11.1.100_15/apache-tomcat/bin/


will give you version info

cd /opt/Avaya/apache-tomcat/bin/


will give you version info

So on Application server build 95 your version will be
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