Cisco Secure ACS 3.3 (1)-> 4.0 upgrade problems (1)

Hi all!

I have problems updating my primary ACS since version 3.3-> 4.0

I always get the following error message, then it does the upgrade:

"The record of the CiscoSecure ACS seems to be blocked by another application: C:\Program Files\CiscoSecure ACS v3.3.

Please close all applications... blabla... »

The thing is, I have improved my ACS backup first, and this upgrade worked like a charm.

In both cases, both for the primary and backup I do a takeover with Dameware remote, copied the ACS 4 folder on the hard disk of the server and make the upgrade of this folder.

As I said, the upgrade of backup server worked without a hitch.

That's what I tried:

1. I checked that NO application use the 3.3 ACS file and no Explorer window is open on this folder or subfolders.

I checked using a small program called Filemon.exe from Sysinternals. According to this program, anything accessed said folder.

I also checked it again by renaming actually ACS 3.3 file once I stop all services of the ACS. I could not rename the folder if the services have been started.

2. I tried to stop the ACS services first and then make the configuration, got the same error.

3. I have disabled the antivirus software, got the same error.

Basically I am at my wits end now...

However, I have two options:

1. uninstall ACS 3.3, do a clean install of ACS 4.0 and import the data of all the GBA backup.

Who would not raise by the primary association with the ACS configuration backup? So I think I will need to go on it later and make changes, if necessary?

2 make a backup of the ACS 3.3 with csutil b

Uninstall ACS 3.3, do a clean install of ACS 4.0 and import all the data with csutil - r

Would this work? I've seen conflicting information here in this forum, some say that it works, the other say it's not.

I'm a little confused why it worked so well the GBA backup but fails on the primary ACS.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you!

Ivar Thorolfsson

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Hello

Folder lock message often appears if newspapers located in the directory of the ACS are too big.

Move the logs of the following directories: -.

CSAdmin\Logs

CSAuth\Logs

CSDBSync\Logs

CSLog\Logs

CSMon\Logs

CSRadius\Logs

CSTacacs\Logs

Newspapers

Then try to upgrade.

Kind regards

Vivek

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