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[email protected]# date 1511081130.00. You can determine the correct time and date by checking the time and date on the domain controller. 3. From the current SSH session, verify current date/time settings: a. Go to Shell shell b. Verify Date/Time/Timezone: date c. To manually change date/time (based on NetScaler's timezone): date YYYYMMHHSS Example: date 201601151423 Would change clock to Jan 15, 2016 t 2:23 pm (14:23). d. Exit Shell to return to CLI: exit Backing Up System Configuration (Command Line Interface) 1. Create an archive of the nsconfig directory. a. Enter the following command in PuTTY to access the NetScaler BSD shell: shell b. Enter the following command to create an archive of the NetScaler configuration: tar -cvzf /var/tmp/backup.tgz /flash/nsconfig An archive of the nsconfig directory named backup.tgz is created in the /var/tmp directory. This archive will serve as a backup for the NetScaler configuration. c. View archive: cd /var/tmp/ ls
© Copyright 2016 Citrix Systems, Inc. Module 1: Getting Started 33 d. Enter the following command to return to the NetScaler PuTTY command-line interface: exit 2. Copy the newly created backup of the NetScaler configuration from /var/tmp/backup.tgz to your Student Desktop using WinSCP. a. Launch WinSCP from the Student Desktop. b. Double-click the NSHA1 in the saved sessions pane. c. Check the check box Never show this banner again and click Continue . d. Type nsroot in the Password field and press Enter . e. In the right pane, double-click the folder icon at the top of the pane to navigate up to /<root>. f. Navigate to var > tmp and drag the backup.tgz file from the right pane to the left pane. The file will be automatically copied. You may copy the backup.tgz file to C:\resources. g. Close the WinSCP window and click OK to confirm. Exercise 1-3: Upgrading the NetScaler System (Command- Line Interface) This exercise provides step-by-step instructions for completing "Exercise 1-3: Upgrading a NetScaler System" using the command-line interface. This exercise will only be performed using the Command Line Interface. NetScaler appliances can be upgraded from the Configuration Utility or the Command Line Interface. However, there is a bug in the Upgrade GUI in NetScaler 10.5. For the following builds, upgrades to NetScaler 11.0 are only supported from the Command Line Interface: All builds of NetScaler 9.3 All builds of NetScaler 10.1 Any builds of NetScaler 10.5 prior to 10.5.57.x Upgrades from one version of NetScaler 11.0 to another version of NetScaler 11.0 can use the Configuration Utility For simplicity, this exercise will perform the upgrade from the Command Line Interface only. For more details see the NetScaler 11.0 admin guide: Upgrading to Release 11.0: - downgrade/upgrade-downgrade-the-system-software/upgrading-to-release-11.html Upgrading to a Later Build within Release 11.0: - us/netscaler/11/license-upgrade-downgrade/upgrade-downgrade-the-system- software/upgrade-to-later-build-within-11-0.html
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