Today we are pleased to announce another community release for docker support (version 3). As part of this enhancement now applying the patch and upgrade from a previously created container using Docker Orchestration scripts provided by OpenText for TeamSite, LiveSite, and OpenDeploy. We support 16.2 and 16.3 containerization using provided automation scripts. This release marks our third release of docker support for TeamSite, LiveSite, and OpenDeploy.
Please join us on this journey and contribute by engaging on a special focus forum: TeamSite, LiveSite, and OpenDeploy - Docker. To obtain the automation for Docker, log in to MySupport, navigate to Product>OTDN>Web Content Management (TeamSite)>TeamSite, LiveSite, OpenDeploy> Docker Automation>16.3 or Product>OTDN>Web Content Management (TeamSite)>TeamSite, LiveSite, OpenDeploy> Docker Automation>16.2.”
Preparing to Install 16.3 on RHEL 7.3
Because I was unsuccessful in begging OpenText to live up to them supporting version 7.5 till 2020 as they published they would before pulling it back to 1/1/18, I am forced to put myself through another upgrade to a new version - this time 16.3. We are getting everything set up to do a full fresh install rather than an in-place upgrade. The reason for that is our Unix folks want to also upgrade RH from 6.6 to 7.3 and they can't do that in-place, so we will be installing 16.3 on brand new VMs and them copying the backing store. I have never had a smooth major upgrade experience, so I am anticipating nothing different this time around. Has anyone installed 16.3 yet (on Linux) and encountered anything funky that I need to be aware of? I will update this thread with whatever I run into. I believe I have all the libraries installed. I am waiting for my databases to be created and Apache to be installed. These things take forever at my company so I'm probably still a couple weeks out from my first crack at the install.
My old warrior Support Engineer who got me through my last upgrades has moved on to a different job, so I will have a different Support person to help me through and deal with my glowing personality, but she has been pretty awesome so far, so I have high hopes for good support through the fight to get this thing installed successfully.