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Upgrading from OpenSSI 1.0.x or 1.1.x for Red Hat 9

If you want to continue to use Red Hat 9 as your base distribution:

Check that the installed version of glibc is 2.3.2-27.9.7 or later
('rpm -q glibc' should return glibc-2.3.2-27.9.7 or greater).
If the cluster is running an earlier version of glibc, download
openssi-rh9-1.1.0-glibc.tar from the download page, untar and run
the install script.
	# tar -xf openssi-rh9-1.1.0-glibc.tar
	# cd openssi-rh9-1.1.0-glibc
	# ./install

Download the latest OpenSSI release and untar it (tar xf <filename>).
Make sure all nodes with local boot devices are booted into the cluster.
Run the upgrade script and reboot the cluster.

You can ignore the warnings about 'V3 DSA signature'. They're harmless.

Unfortunately, there is no clean upgrade path if you also want to 
upgrade your base distribution to Fedora Core 2.

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