bash elastic-cloud-enterprise.sh upgrade — Upgrade an existing Elastic Cloud Enterprise installation to a new version.
bash elastic-cloud-enterprise.sh upgrade [--host-docker-host "PATH_NAME/docker.sock"] [--docker-registry REGISTRY] [--overwrite-existing-image] [--debug] [--timeout-factor NUMBER] [[--]help]
To run this script, a user must be part of the
docker group. The host that you run this script on must be the first host that you installed Elastic Cloud Enterprise on or a host that holds the director role.
Upgrades an existing Elastic Cloud installation to a newer version.
- Specifies the location of the Docker socket used to communicate with the Docker daemon. Defaults to /var/run/docker.sock.
Specifies the Docker registry from where Elastic Cloud Enterprise assets are retrieved during installation. Defaults to
- Overwrites any existing local image when retrieving the Elastic Cloud Enterprise image from the repository. Defaults to false.
Specifies the version of Elastic Cloud Enterprise to install. Defaults to
- If specified, outputs debugging information.
If specified, increases all timeout values used during installation by multiplying with this number. Defaults to
Upgrade an existing Elastic Cloud Enterprise installation to the latest version:
bash elastic-cloud-enterprise.sh upgrade
Upgrade an existing Elastic Cloud Enterprise installation to a specific version:
bash elastic-cloud-enterprise.sh upgrade --cloud-enterprise-version 2.2.1