Upgrading CDP Private Cloud Base to a higher version

An upgrade from CDP Private Cloud Base to a higher version of CDP Private Cloud Base has the following high-level workflow:
  1. Prepare to upgrade:
    1. Review the Supported Upgrade Paths for your upgrade.
    2. Review the Requirements and Supported Versions for your upgrade
    3. Review the Release Notes for the version of CDP Private Cloud Base you are upgrading to.
    4. Review the CDP Upgrade/Migrate Troubleshooting Articles. These Cloudera Knowledge Base articles describe common issues encountered by Cloudera customers during upgrades and migrations. (Cloudera login required.)
    5. Gather information on your deployment. See Step 1: Getting Started Upgrading Cloudera Manager 7 and Step 1: Getting Started Upgrading a Cluster.
    6. Plan how and when to begin your upgrade.
  2. If necessary, Upgrade the JDK.
  3. If necessary, Upgrade the Operating System.
  4. Upgrade Cloudera Manager to version 7.1.1 or higher. After upgrading to Cloudera Manager 7.1.1 or higher, Cloudera Manager can manage upgrading your cluster to a higher version. See Upgrading Cloudera Manager 7.
  5. Use Cloudera Manager to upgrade from lower version of Cloudera Runtime to a higher version of Cloudera Runtime. See Upgrading a Cloudera Runtime Cluster.

Upgrades from 7.x to 7.1.x

  • You can upgrade from Cloudera Manager 7.0.3 and 7.1.1 or higher to Cloudera Manager 7.1.1 or higher. Cloudera Manager 7.6.5 is not supported with CDP Private Cloud Base.
  • You can upgrade from Cloudera Runtime 7.0.3 and 7.1.1 or higher to Cloudera Runtime 7.1.1 or higher.
  • You can upgrade to Cloudera Runtime 7.1.7 Service Pack 1 (7.1.7.1000) only from Cloudera Runtime 7.1.7. An upgrade to Cloudera Manager 7.6.1 is also required for SP1.