the rollback procedure performed on a NetScaler appliance?
- The rollback
procedure is similar to the basic upgrade procedure. Select the target build
that you want to roll back to and perform the downgrade.
rolling back to a different release, Citrix recommends that you create a copy
of your current configuration files. To downgrade from release 10.1, see
Downgrading from Release
10.1 or to downgrade to an earlier build in 10.1, see
Downgrading to an Earlier
Build within Release 10.1 .
upgrade a NetScaler appliance directly from release 10.0 to 10.5, or should I
upgrade to 10.1 first and then to 10.5?
- You can
directly upgrade a NetScaler appliance regardless of the version or the build
10.0 support classic builds?
- No. Release
10.0 supports only nCore builds. You must have a multi-processor Netscaler (MPX
or higher) to upgrade to 10.0.
primary appliance and secondary appliance have separate builds?
practice is to use the same version and build number on both the primary and
the secondary appliance.
the appliances in an High Availability (HA) pair be upgraded at the same
- No. In an HA
pair, first upgrade the secondary node and then upgrade the primary node. For
Upgrading a High
Availability Pair or
Upgrading a NetScaler
High Availability Pair to a Later Build.
- Does Citrix support
firmware upgrades in the amazon AWS cloud?
- Can I upgrade the
NetScaler instance independently of the SDX version.
- It is not
required to upgrade the SDX version when the NetScaler appliance is upgraded.
However, some features might not work.
- Can I use the FTP server
to upgrade the NetScaler appliance?
- No. You
must first download the firmware from the Citrix download site, save it on your
local computer and then upgrade the appliance.
- Is the procedure for
upgrading the NetScaler appliance with GSLB configurations different from an
upgrade of an appliance that is not involved in GSLB?
- No. The
upgrade procedure is similar to the basic upgrade procedure. The only
difference is that you can upgrade the standalone or HA appliances on different
sites in a phased manner.