Ändra 'Security Key' i samband med uppgradering 3.8.2010

Upgrade Your CrashPlan App Devices

At this stage of the upgrade process, all your enterprise servers are successfully running version 3.6.1.5. CrashPlan app devices are blocked at the firewall and running CrashPlan app version 3.8.2010. In order for your CrashPlan app devices to automatically upgrade, you must:

  1. Change the value of the security provider property on the master server
  2. Update your firewall configuration to allow inbound connections to the master server from the CrashPlan app devices

Edit Security Provider Property

CrashPlan app devices running 3.8.2010 cannot upgrade until a change is made on the master server to the “b42.cpc.securityProvider” property.

Until the b42.cpc.securityProvider property is changed, version 3.8.2010 CrashPlan app devices are unable to connect and all server destinations appear as offline.

Changing the security key from SP to DH allows version 3.8.2010 CrashPlan app devices to connect and upgrade successfully to version 3.4.1. On the master server:

  1. Stop the proserver process:
    • Mac: Open the Terminal and run the following command:
      sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.crashplan.proserver.plist
    • Windows: Use the Windows Services manager to stop the PROServer service
    • Linux: There are two possible commands, depending on your Linux distribution:
      /etc/init.d/proserver stop
      /opt/proserver/bin/proserver stop
    • Solaris:
      /opt/sfw/crashplan/bin/proserver stop
  2. Open the following file in a plain text editor:
    Use Notepad, Notepad++, vim, emacs, nano, pico, TextEdit, etc. to edit the file. Avoid word processors such as Word, Wordpad, Pages or OpenOffice Writer.
    • Mac:
      /Applications/PROServer.app/Contents/Resources/Java/conf/conf_proe.properties
    • Windows:
      C:\Program Files\CrashPlan PROe Server\conf\conf_proe.properties
    • Linux:
      /opt/proserver/server/conf/conf_proe.properties (default install)
    • Solaris:
      /opt/proserver/server/conf/conf_proe.properties (default install)
  3. In the section labeled Misc, find the line beginning with b42.cpc.securityProvider. Change this line:
    b42.cpc.securityProvider = SP

    to this:

    b42.cpc.securityProvider = DH
  4. Save your changes.
  5. Start the proserver process:
    • Mac: Open Terminal and run the following command:
      sudo launchctl load /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.crashplan.proserver.plist
    • Windows: Use the Windows Services manager to start the PROServer service
    • Linux: There are two possible commands, depending on your Linux distribution:
      /etc/init.d/proserver start
      /opt/proserver/bin/proserver start
    • Solaris:
      /opt/sfw/crashplan/bin/proserver start
      

       

 
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