If you have an existing installation of BlueCat Gateway, you can upgrade to the latest version without completely reinstalling it.
Before upgrading Gateway: Do the following before upgrading BlueCat Gateway:
- Stop the Gateway container. To do so, run the following
docker stop bluecat_gateway
- Remove the existing Gateway container. To do so, run the following
docker rm bluecat_gatewayTip: Removing the Gateway container will not remove your workspace or logging data. These are saved in separate directories mapped to either your local machine or to Docker volumes.
Note: If you are running BlueCat Gateway on Integrity 9.3, see the Address Manager v9.3.0 Administration Guide for steps on upgrading the container deployed on your BDDS appliance.
To upgrade BlueCat Gateway to the latest version:
When you upgrade BlueCat Gateway, you'll execute the same docker run command you used when Gateway was first installed. You'll also use the same external log directory to which you mapped the container logs.
When upgrading Gateway, you'll keep your existing configuration data and workflows.
Pull the new BlueCat Gateway image from Quay and start the Gateway container. To do so, run the following command:
docker run -d \ -p 80:8000 \ -p 443:44300 \ -v <path_to_gateway_workspace>:/bluecat_gateway/ \ -v <path_to_mapped_log_directory>:/logs/ \ -e BAM_IP=<your bam ip or url> \ --name bluecat_gateway quay.io/bluecat/gateway:<version_of_gateway>Note: If you are using RHEL-compiled Docker, you must add :Z at the end of the file path for any mapped volume. For example: -v <path_to_workspace>:/bluecat_gateway/:Z
From your browser, connect to BlueCat Gateway.
Doing so completes the Gateway upgrade process, retaining your previous workflows and configuration.