There is no section in the install guide for eHealth that specifically outlines the steps to update eHealth 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206 on a Linux host. These steps will guide you through that process.
Since no oracle update will be performed, only the eHealth 220.127.116.11 kit will be needed.
Note, folders used are just suggestions, use your own naming
As with any changes to eHealth, always save your db before you start
nhSaveDb -ascii -p <path to wherever/name.tdb>
Now become root, sudo is not supported under any circumstances:
Enter root password
Copy the 18.104.22.168 media to the install host and unpack it into an empty folder such as /eh_media
export NH_USER=ehealth; export TZ=EST5EDT; umask 002
<<<replace ehealth with your nh_user, replace EST5EDT with your timezone, if different>>>
If it needs any rpm’s install them using yum, or have your system admin assist.
If it comes back clean
At first prompt about dvd mount point hit enter
Enter path to extract installplus (this folder will delete itself during cleanup)
Enter path to /eh_media/eHealth
When asked to stop services, say yes (2)
When asked again to stop services say yes (2)
Wait until the install completes.
See if everything is working in your new 22.214.171.124 environment.
Please use these steps in conjunction with the eHealth install guide.
Here are the directions to access the eHealth documentation: