- We recommend that you perform the automatic update only in specific maintenance windows, in which the application cannot be accessed by users and the application can be manually restarted with no risk.
- The following permissions are required for automatic updating:
- The user account for updating requires write permissions for the application directory.
- The user account for updating requires the local security policy Log on as a batch job.
- The user account running the application pool requires the local security policies Replace a process level token and Adjust memory quotas for a process.
Configure automatic updating in the application server's web.config. You can adjust the behavior with the following statements:
<!-- <add key="off" value="true" /> -->
<add key="checkinterval" value="00:05:00"/>
<add key="inactivitytime" value="00:00:10"/>
The application is updated automatically. To run an update, first load the files to be updated into the One Identity Manager database. The necessary files are loaded into the One Identity Manager database and updated when a hotfix, a service pack, or a full version update is run.
The test is executed when the application starts and then at five minute intervals. New files are loaded from the database as they are identified. The files cannot be updated while the application is running. The update waits until the application is restarted.
The application is restarted automatically by the web server when it has been idle for a defined length of time. However, this may take some time or be hindered by continuous user requests.
To start the update manually
- Open the status page for the application server in the browser.
- In the menu for the currently logged on user, click Update immediately.