according to the SAMP documentation we upgraded Linux to SLES12 but we were not able to upgrade from SAfMP 188.8.131.52 32Bit to SAfMP to 184.108.40.206 64Bit as we understand the documentation.
what we have done was cloning our active system and saving the SAM policy and upgrading to SLES12. In the installSAM.x.log we have found following messages
installSAM: Installation of one or more packages failed. See details below:
installSAM: Installation failed with return-code: 4 : ./Linux/s390x/src.msg.de_DE-220.127.116.11-18073.s390x.rpm ./Linux/s390x/src.msg.de_DE.ISO-8859-1-18.104.22.168-18073.s390x.rpm ./Linux/s390x/src.msg.de_DE@euro-22.214.171.124-18073.s390x.rpm ./Linux/s390x/src.msg.de_DE.UTF-8-126.96.36.199-18073.s390x.rpm
error: Failed dependencies:
src >= 188.8.131.52 is needed by src.msg.de_DE-184.108.40.206-18073.s390x
src >= 220.127.116.11 is needed by src.msg.de_DE.ISO-8859-1-18.104.22.168-18073.s390x
src >= 22.214.171.124 is needed by src.msg.de_DE@euro-126.96.36.199-18073.s390x
src >= 188.8.131.52 is needed by src.msg.de_DE.UTF-8-184.108.40.206-18073.s390x
the whole installSAM.1.log is attached
after that, we deleted SAfMP 220.127.116.11 components and installed 18.104.22.168 64Bit but we were not able to activate the license (see logfile installSAM.11.log) - "no valid license was found"
we would like to know what's the right procedure for upgrading.