I have installed IBM Websphere application server 188.8.131.52 and want to upgrade 184.108.40.206; i have downloaded the 6.1.0-WS-WAS-HpuxIA64-FP0000037.pak file from IBM; but do not how to install. Pleas help me.
Eric.Kou 270002GH351 Post
Re: how to install fix pack2011-08-08T01:35:50ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hi,
You should install the fixpack file "6.1.0-WS-WAS-HpuxIA64-FP0000037.pak" using Update Installer. Please note the UpdateInstaller link Scott gave above is old version, which is only used for fixpack 220.127.116.11 and below version.
You should get the latest Update Installer v7 from below URL, which support the version you are installing.
From the page, find the download link according to your hardware platfrom, e.g. "64-bit Intel Itanium" is for HpuxIA64 platform. First download and install the Update Installer on your machine, after that launch Update Installer, and point to the WAS location which need to be upgraded, and point to the fixpack file you have, then you can start installing the fixpack. For detailed step refer to WAS v7 InfoCenter links as below:
Also as Scott pointed out, for WAS v61/v70 questions please post your question on the specific forum:
Scott Johnston 2000000W4P111 Posts
Re: how to install fix pack2011-08-08T13:26:08ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.This forum is intended for WebSphere Application Server v8.0 Trials.
Previous versions of WebSphere Application Server did not use the IBM Installation Manager, but rather used a different installation technology. To install maintenance to WebSphere Application Server v6.1, download and install a tool called WebSphere Update Installer. You can get more information about it and download a copy at the following URL:
Consult the WebSphere Application Server version 6.1 Information Center for article about this tool.
Or, contact your IBM representative for additional support.
WebSphere Application Server
Install & Configuration User Experience LeadUpdated on 2011-08-08T13:26:08Z at 2011-08-08T13:26:08Z by Scott Johnston