Commit a42dc0f1 authored by CI Runner's avatar CI Runner
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Add sgadmin download links

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Upgrading Search Guard from 6.7.x to 7.x.x can be done while you upgrade Elasticsearch from 6.7.x to 7.x.x . You can do this by performing a full cluster restart, or by doing a rolling restart:
Search Guard supports running a mixed cluster of 6.7.x and 7.x nodes and is thus compatible with the Elasticsearch upgrade path.
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If you have not already done so, make yourself familiar with Elastic's own upgrade instruction for the Elastic stack:
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## Check your Search Guard configuration
Download standalone sgadmin 7 (zip/tar.gz) and unpack it in a folder called sgadmin7. It is recommended to do this on the machine from where you typically run `sgadmin`. Then run
If you miss this step your cluster can become uninitialized which will result in a downtime.
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Download standalone sgadmin 7 ([zip](https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/floragunn/search-guard-7/7.0.0-35.0.0-rc1/search-guard-7-7.0.0-35.0.0-rc1-sgadmin-standalone.zip)/[tar.gz](https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/floragunn/search-guard-7/7.0.0-35.0.0-rc1/search-guard-7-7.0.0-35.0.0-rc1-sgadmin-standalone.tar.gz)) and unpack it in a folder called sgadmin7. It is recommended to do this on the machine from where you typically run `sgadmin`. Then run
* `./sgadmin7/tools/sgadmin.sh -backup "./sgadmin7" <other parameters like -ks -cert etc>`
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