Use this process to upgrade a clustered, multi-node WebCenter topology.
To upgrade a WebCenter cluster topology, where your domain has servers running on more than one machine, you will perform the entire upgrade process on the first node (Node 1) and then pack and unpack the domain on the other node(s) as described below.
To upgrade a clustered topology:
cd NEW_ORACLE_HOME/common/bin ./pack.sh -managed=true -domain=DOMAIN_HOME -template=wcdomaintemplate.jar -template_name=wc_domain_template
/common/binon the other machines.
APPLICATION_HOME) on the other machines.
cd ORACLE_HOME/common/bin ./unpack.sh -domain=DOMAIN_HOME -template=wcdomaintemplate.jar -overwrite_domain=true
If you encounter errors while upgrading your WebCenter clustered topology, review these post-upgrade tasks.
This step is only necessary when you cannot access WebCenter Content URLs after a clustered topology upgrade.
After performing pack and unpack on secondary nodes, you may not be able to access WebCenter Content URLs on secondary nodes. This happens when the pack and unpack process does not completely propagate the WebCenter Content Server on the secondary node.
b) Locate the Intradoc.cfg file and update the server directory: IdcHomeDir with the new 12.2.1 install location instead of the11g install location.
NOTE: You will need to do this for each WebCenter Content managed server.
b) Locate the idcs_components.hda file and remove all deprecated components.
TIP: To quickly update the file, create a copy of the existing idcs_components.hda file on Node1 and paste it on Node2 in the same location (<Domain_Home>/ucm/cs/data). This will overwrite the file on Node2.