The latest versions of RPMs from Oracle, when installed using the standard package management tool ( with relevant new versions. If you have installed My SQL with third-party packages NOT from your Linux distribution's native software repository (for example, packages directly downloaded from the vendor), you will need to uninstall all those packages before you can upgrade using the packages from Oracle.
The Backup Agent polls the primary Mongo DB instance of every backup-enabled replica set and transmits the operations to the Ops Manager service.
Note: For downloading Java other flavors of Linux see Java for Ubuntu, Java for Fedora This procedure installs the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) for 64-bit RPM-based Linux platforms, such as Red Hat and Su SE, using an RPM binary file (.rpm) in the system location. The instructions below are for installing version Java 8 Update 73 (8u73).
If you are installing another version, make sure you change the version number appropriately when you type the commands at the terminal.
The latest versions of RPMs, when installed using the standard package management tool (), seamlessly upgrade those older installations, making it unnecessary to uninstall those old packages before installing the new ones.
If the appropriate hosts are not added, or the Monitoring Agent is not being correctly run, the lists may be incomplete or out-of-date.It is preferable to use the My SQL Yum repository or My SQL SLES Repository to upgrade My SQL on RPM-based platforms.However, if you have to upgrade My SQL using the RPM packages downloaded directly from the My SQL Developer Zone (see Section 7.5, “Installing My SQL on Linux Using RPM Packages from Oracle” for information on the packages), go to the folder that contains all the downloaded packages (and, preferably, no other RPM packages with similar names), and issue the following command: instead makes the installation process more prone to failure, due to potential dependency issues the installation process might run into.Ops Manager only supports backup for sharded clusters that run Mongo DB 2.4.3 or later.All backed up replica sets and config servers must be able to maintain oplog entries, by default, for at least 3 hours over the last 24 hour period.
This might fail too, if the new version requires updates, and some existing stuff does depend on the updates (and no newer versions are available).