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Upgrading EOL Operating Systems on a Nagios System

EOL (End of Life) OS releases on Nagios Systems

Because of potential configuration file issues and upgrade-related bugs, we do not recommend or support command line (in-place) operating system release upgrades on your Nagios system. Instead, if you need to upgrade from an EOL operating system release, you should create a backup of your Nagios system and restore the backup to a new system that has the desired operating system installed.

Nagios XI Backup and Restore Documentation

Nagios Log Server Backup and Restore Documentation

Nagios Fusion Backup and Restore Documentation

Nagios Network Analyzer Backup and Restore Documentation

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