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From chipchild...@apache.org
Subject git commit: Fixing some IDs in the release notes
Date Wed, 20 Nov 2013 11:37:55 GMT
Updated Branches:
  refs/heads/4.2 00d19e324 -> 6218660ed


Fixing some IDs in the release notes


Project: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack-docs/repo
Commit: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack-docs/commit/6218660e
Tree: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack-docs/tree/6218660e
Diff: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack-docs/diff/6218660e

Branch: refs/heads/4.2
Commit: 6218660edc4a54173f73f6a9b0d3eb8ee43c2e25
Parents: 00d19e3
Author: Chip Childers <chip.childers@gmail.com>
Authored: Wed Nov 20 12:37:40 2013 +0100
Committer: Chip Childers <chip.childers@gmail.com>
Committed: Wed Nov 20 12:37:40 2013 +0100

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 release-notes/en-US/Release_Notes.xml | 46 +++++++++++++++---------------
 1 file changed, 23 insertions(+), 23 deletions(-)
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http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack-docs/blob/6218660e/release-notes/en-US/Release_Notes.xml
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diff --git a/release-notes/en-US/Release_Notes.xml b/release-notes/en-US/Release_Notes.xml
index 19c5810..00b9986 100644
--- a/release-notes/en-US/Release_Notes.xml
+++ b/release-notes/en-US/Release_Notes.xml
@@ -1826,7 +1826,7 @@ Done restarting router(s).
         </listitem>
       </orderedlist>
     </section>
-    <section id="upgrade-from-4.0-to-4.2.1">
+    <section id="upgrade-from-4.1-to-4.2.1">
       <title>Upgrade from 4.1.x to 4.2.1</title>
       <para>This section will guide you from &PRODUCT; 4.1.x versions to &PRODUCT;
4.2.1.</para>
       <para>Any steps that are hypervisor-specific will be called out with a note.</para>
@@ -1875,16 +1875,16 @@ Done restarting router(s).
             <programlisting><prompt>#</prompt>mysql -u cloud -p -e 'update
cloud.storage_pool set path="/var/lib/libvirt/images" where path="/var/lib/libvirt/images/"';</programlisting>
           </para>
         </listitem>
-        <listitem id="upgrade-deb-packages">
+        <listitem id="upgrade-deb-packages-41to42">
           <para>If you are using Ubuntu, follow this procedure to upgrade your packages.
If not,
-            skip to step <xref linkend="upgrade-rpm-packages"/>.</para>
+            skip to step <xref linkend="upgrade-rpm-packages-41to42"/>.</para>
           <note>
             <title>Community Packages</title>
             <para>This section assumes you're using the community supplied packages
for &PRODUCT;.
               If you've created your own packages and APT repository, substitute your own
URL for
               the ones used in these examples.</para>
           </note>
-          <orderedlist id="debsteps" numeration="loweralpha">
+          <orderedlist id="debsteps-41to42" numeration="loweralpha">
             <listitem>
               <para>The first order of business will be to change the sources list
for each system
                 with &PRODUCT; packages. This means all management servers, and any hosts
that have
@@ -1903,13 +1903,13 @@ Done restarting router(s).
               <para>Now update your apt package list:</para>
               <programlisting language="Bash">$ sudo apt-get update</programlisting>
             </listitem>
-            <listitem id="deb-master">
+            <listitem id="deb-master-41to42">
               <para>Now that you have the repository configured, it's time to install
the
                   <filename>cloudstack-management</filename> package. This will
pull in any other
                 dependencies you need.</para>
               <programlisting language="Bash">$ sudo apt-get install cloudstack-management</programlisting>
             </listitem>
-            <listitem id="kvm-agent-deb">
+            <listitem id="kvm-agent-deb-41to42">
               <para>You will need to manually install the <filename>cloudstack-agent</filename>
                 package:</para>
               <programlisting language="Bash">$ sudo apt-get install cloudstack-agent</programlisting>
@@ -2006,7 +2006,7 @@ service cloudstack-agent start
             </listitem>
           </orderedlist>
         </listitem>
-        <listitem id="upgrade-rpm-packages">
+        <listitem id="upgrade-rpm-packages-41to42">
           <para>If you are using CentOS or RHEL, follow this procedure to upgrade your
packages. If
             not, skip to step <xref linkend="restart-system-vms"/>.</para>
           <note>
@@ -2015,7 +2015,7 @@ service cloudstack-agent start
               If you've created your own packages and yum repository, substitute your own
URL for
               the ones used in these examples.</para>
           </note>
-          <orderedlist id="rpmsteps" numeration="loweralpha">
+          <orderedlist id="rpmsteps-41to42" numeration="loweralpha">
             <listitem>
               <para>The first order of business will be to change the yum repository
for each system
                 with &PRODUCT; packages. This means all management servers, and any hosts
that have
@@ -2037,13 +2037,13 @@ gpgcheck=0
               <para>If you're using your own package repository, change this line to
read as
                 appropriate for your 4.2.1 repository.</para>
             </listitem>
-            <listitem id="rpm-master">
+            <listitem id="rpm-master-41to42">
               <para>Now that you have the repository configured, it's time to install
the
                   <filename>cloudstack-management</filename> package by upgrading
the older
                   <filename>cloudstack-management</filename> package.</para>
               <programlisting language="Bash">$ sudo yum upgrade cloudstack-management</programlisting>
             </listitem>
-            <listitem id="kvm-agent-rpm">
+            <listitem id="kvm-agent-rpm-41to42">
               <para>For KVM hosts, you will need to upgrade the <filename>cloud-agent</filename>
                 package, similarly installing the new version as
                   <filename>cloudstack-agent</filename>.</para>
@@ -2066,11 +2066,11 @@ service cloudstack-agent start
             </listitem>
           </orderedlist>
         </listitem>
-        <listitem id="restart-mgmt-server">
+        <listitem id="restart-mgmt-server-41to42">
           <para>Now it's time to restart the management server</para>
           <programlisting language="Bash"><prompt>#</prompt> service cloudstack-management
start</programlisting>
         </listitem>
-        <listitem id="restart-system-vms">
+        <listitem id="restart-system-vms-41to42">
           <para>Once you've upgraded the packages on your management servers, you'll
need to restart
             the system VMs. Ensure that the admin port is set to 8096 by using the
             "integration.api.port" global parameter. This port is used by the cloud-sysvmadm
script
@@ -2155,12 +2155,12 @@ Done restarting router(s).
                     </programlisting>
                     <para>PlainTextUserAuthenticator works the same way MD5UserAuthenticator
worked prior to 4.2.1.</para>
                 </listitem>
-                <listitem id="upgrade-deb-packages">
-                    <para>If you are using Ubuntu, follow this procedure to upgrade
your packages. If not, skip to step <xref linkend="upgrade-rpm-packages" />.</para>
+                <listitem id="upgrade-deb-packages-40to41">
+                    <para>If you are using Ubuntu, follow this procedure to upgrade
your packages. If not, skip to step <xref linkend="upgrade-rpm-packages-40to41" />.</para>
                     <note><title>Community Packages</title>
                         <para>This section assumes you're using the community supplied
packages for &PRODUCT;. If you've created your own packages and APT repository, substitute
your own URL for the ones used in these examples.</para>
                     </note>
-                    <orderedlist id="debsteps">
+                    <orderedlist id="debsteps-40to41">
                         <listitem>
                             <para>The first order of business will be to change the
sources list for each system with &PRODUCT; packages. This means all management servers,
and any hosts that have the KVM agent. (No changes should be necessary for hosts that are
running VMware or Xen.)</para>
                             <para>Start by opening <filename>/etc/apt/sources.list.d/cloudstack.list</filename>
on any systems that have &PRODUCT; packages installed.</para>
@@ -2174,11 +2174,11 @@ Done restarting router(s).
                             <para>Now update your apt package list:</para>
                             <programlisting language="Bash">$ sudo apt-get update</programlisting>
                         </listitem>
-                        <listitem id="deb-master">
+                        <listitem id="deb-master-40to41">
                             <para>Now that you have the repository configured, it's
time to install the <filename>cloudstack-management</filename> package. This will
pull in any other dependencies you need.</para>
                             <programlisting language="Bash">$ sudo apt-get install
cloudstack-management</programlisting>
                         </listitem>
-                        <listitem id="kvm-agent-deb">
+                        <listitem id="kvm-agent-deb-40to41">
                             <para>You will need to manually install the <filename>cloudstack-agent</filename>
package:</para>
                             <programlisting language="Bash">$ sudo apt-get install
cloudstack-agent</programlisting>
                             <para>During the installation of <filename>cloudstack-agent</filename>,
APT will copy your <filename>agent.properties</filename>, <filename>log4j-cloud.xml</filename>,
and <filename>environment.properties</filename> from <filename>/etc/cloud/agent</filename>
to <filename>/etc/cloudstack/agent</filename>.</para>
@@ -2211,12 +2211,12 @@ Done restarting router(s).
                         </listitem>
                     </orderedlist>
                 </listitem>
-                <listitem id="upgrade-rpm-packages">
-                    <para>If you are using CentOS or RHEL, follow this procedure to
upgrade your packages. If not, skip to step <xref linkend="restart-system-vms" />.</para>
+                <listitem id="upgrade-rpm-packages-40to41">
+                    <para>If you are using CentOS or RHEL, follow this procedure to
upgrade your packages. If not, skip to step <xref linkend="restart-system-vms-40to41" />.</para>
                     <note><title>Community Packages</title>
                         <para>This section assumes you're using the community supplied
packages for &PRODUCT;. If you've created your own packages and yum repository, substitute
your own URL for the ones used in these examples.</para>
                     </note>
-                    <orderedlist id="rpmsteps">
+                    <orderedlist id="rpmsteps-40to41">
                         <listitem>
                             <para>The first order of business will be to change the
yum repository for each system with &PRODUCT; packages. This means all management servers,
and any hosts that have the KVM agent. (No changes should be necessary for hosts that are
running VMware or Xen.)</para>
                             <para>Start by opening <filename>/etc/yum.repos.d/cloudstack.repo</filename>
on any systems that have &PRODUCT; packages installed.</para>
@@ -2231,11 +2231,11 @@ Done restarting router(s).
                             <para>If you are using the community provided package repository,
change the baseurl to http://cloudstack.apt-get.eu/rhel/4.1/</para>
                             <para>If you're using your own package repository, change
this line to read as appropriate for your 4.2.1 repository.</para>
                         </listitem>
-                        <listitem id="rpm-master">
+                        <listitem id="rpm-master-40to41">
                             <para>Now that you have the repository configured, it's
time to install the <filename>cloudstack-management</filename> package by upgrading
the older <filename>cloud-client</filename> package.</para>
                             <programlisting language="Bash">$ sudo yum upgrade cloud-client</programlisting>
                         </listitem>
-                        <listitem id="kvm-agent-rpm">
+                        <listitem id="kvm-agent-rpm-40to41">
                             <para>For KVM hosts, you will need to upgrade the <filename>cloud-agent</filename>
package, similarly installing the new version as <filename>cloudstack-agent</filename>.</para>
                             <programlisting language="Bash">$ sudo yum upgrade cloud-agent</programlisting>
                             <para>During the installation of <filename>cloudstack-agent</filename>,
the RPM will copy your <filename>agent.properties</filename>, <filename>log4j-cloud.xml</filename>,
and <filename>environment.properties</filename> from <filename>/etc/cloud/agent</filename>
to <filename>/etc/cloudstack/agent</filename>.</para>
@@ -2255,7 +2255,7 @@ Done restarting router(s).
                         </listitem>
                     </orderedlist>
                 </listitem>
-                <listitem id="restart-system-vms">
+                <listitem id="restart-system-vms-40to41">
                     <para>Once you've upgraded the packages on your management servers,
you'll need to restart the system VMs. Make sure port 8096 is open in your local host firewall
to do this.</para>
                     <para>There is a script that will do this for you, all you need
to do is run the script and supply the IP address for your MySQL instance and your MySQL credentials:</para>
                     <programlisting language="Bash"><prompt>#</prompt>
nohup cloudstack-sysvmadm -d <replaceable>IP address</replaceable> -u cloud -p
-a &gt; sysvm.log 2&gt;&amp;1 &amp;</programlisting>


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