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.
Warning In a single-host architecture (where Wazuh server and Elastic Stack are installed in the same system), you may entirely skip installing Filebeat, since Logstash will be able to read the event/alert data directly from the local filesystem without the assistance of a forwarder.
Sometimes you may finish downloading with corrupted RPMs.
For an upgrade installation using RPM packages, the My SQL server is automatically restarted at the end of the installation if it was running when the upgrade installation began.
If the server was not running when the upgrade installation began, you have to restart the server yourself after the upgrade installation is completed; do that with, for example, the follow command: Because of the dependency relationships among the RPM packages, all of the installed packages must be of the same version.
Please refer to the documentation included with each firmware release for important notes and installation instructions.
If you have any questions regarding which updates are recommended, the order by which to install the updates, or how to install the updates, please call IBM directly at 800-IBM-SERV.
Replace the version with the exact ones you are installing.