Deployment Architecture

Is there a command to downgrade from Splunk version 6.2 to 6.0 on Unix?

neelamssantosh
Contributor

Currently I am using Splunk version 6.2 and I would like to move back to Splunk 6.0.
Is there a command I can execute in Unix to downgrade?

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fdi01
Motivator

I 've already done for the quiter of 6.1.4 with a 6.1.1 using a .rpm package and it works corectly
If you are using a package manager, such as RPM,
Mr neelamssantosh do like the show in his commentary for it is very correct .
rpm -Uvh --oldpackage filename

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psompall
Engager

You could do it using yum.
yum downgrade PackageName.rpm,

fdi01
Motivator

I 've already done for the quiter of 6.1.4 with a 6.1.1 using a .rpm package and it works corectly
If you are using a package manager, such as RPM,
Mr neelamssantosh do like the show in his commentary for it is very correct .
rpm -Uvh --oldpackage filename

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MuS
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Hi neelamssantosh,

From the docs http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/6.2.2/Installation/Upgradeto6.2onUNIX :

 Splunk Enterprise does not provide a means of downgrading to previous versions. If you need to revert to an older Splunk release, just reinstall it.

Hope that helps ...

cheers, MuS

duartet
Path Finder

I downvoted this post because there's a better way described above

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neelamssantosh
Contributor

We can, by using the command,

rpm -Uvh --oldpackage filename

SantoshBansode
Explorer

It's not working

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