1 - One Identity highly recommends that you back up data before you attempt to upgrade your existing Privilege Manager policy servers. Please see the instruction in KB318660.
The policy server should be upgrade first before the sudo plugin servers.
2 - Download the latest Privilege Manager for Sudo go to https://support.oneidentity.com/privilege-manager-for-sudo/download-new-releases
3- Upgrade the Policy server. You can use the operating system package commands to upgrade the policy server for example:
Run the platform-specific installer. For example, run: # rpm –-upgrade qpm-server-*.rpm
4 - After the policy server is upgraded, you can then upgrade or uninstall and reinstall the sudo plugin. After the sudo plugin is installed instead of upgraded you will need to join it to the policy server.
For example, on a 64-bit Red Hat Linux 5 system, run:# cd agent/linux-x86_64
Run the platform-specific installer. For example, run: # rpm –-upgrade qpm-plugin*.rpm
Please note the package name different on Solaris. It is QSFTpmplg.
You can also use the Management Console for Unix Web tool to push out the package and upgrade. For instructions for MCU please see the MCU Admin Guide