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The following procedure will guide you through using SMT. Configure SMT in the external network with SUSE Customer Center (SCC). Mount a removable storage medium such as an external hard disk or USB flash drive - in this example we will use '/media/disk'. Create a "database replacement file" (for example, /media/disk/dbrepl.xml, and capture all the updated SMT info.
For details about configuring SMT with SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 SP1, see: https://com/documentation/sles-12/book_smt/data/book_2. Ensure proper permissions so that the smt commands complete without error.
As I mentioned already, disable any third party or OBS repositories before proceed to upgrade.
This tutorial is intended to those who are looking for how to upgrade to open SUSE 13.2 from 13.1 and older versions. Neither I, nor Unixmen team, is not responsible for any kind of data loss or damage.
Don’t attempt to upgrade directly from open SUSE 12.3 to 13.2. To upgrade open SUSE 12.3 to 13.1, refer the following link.
The open SUSE 13.2 stable version is out few days ago.
For more details, read the open SUSE 13.2 release announcement and new features of 13.2 here.
The next procedure will show you how to update your server from the SMT media. Mount the storage medium on your SUMA server in the SAME directory each time it is updated and referenced (for example, at /media/disk). Specify the local path on the SUSE Manager server (one time) in /etc/rhn/rhn.conf: The disk must always be available at the same mount point.