196 Getting Started with IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler V8.3
4.5 Upgrading Tivoli Workload Scheduler V8.1: Direct
upgrade
This section describes how to upgrade the environment using a direct upgrade
procedure. The direct upgrade procedure consists of the following topics:
򐂰 4.5.1, “Upgrading a master domain manager” on page 197
򐂰 4.5.2, “Importing the object data” on page 221
򐂰 4.5.3, “Configuring the upgraded master domain manager” on page 221
򐂰 4.5.4, “Upgrading the backup master domain manager” on page 233
򐂰 4.5.5, “Importing the migrated security file in the Tivoli Workload Scheduler
V8.3 environment” on page 233
򐂰 4.5.6, “Upgrading agents” on page 233
򐂰 4.5.7, “Installing the Job Scheduling Console” on page 233
Notes:
򐂰 Additionally, ensure that no system programs are accessing the
directory or subdirectories, including the command prompt. Ensure that
in Windows Explorer, the Administrative Tools.Services panel is not
opened.
򐂰 If you are upgrading on a Windows environment, the Tivoli Token
Server must be running. Before you upgrade, make sure that the
conman command line is not running.
Notes:
򐂰 Start the upgrade by either migrating the agents or installing the master
domain manager.
򐂰 After you install the master domain manager, it is important that you run
the following procedures in this order:
a. Importing object data
b. Configuring the upgraded master domain manager
c. Upgrading a backup master domain manager
d. Importing the migrated security file in the Tivoli Workload Scheduler
V8.3 environment
We upgraded the master domain manager and the backup domain manager,
and then the FTAs.

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