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Best path yo update SQL2014


Best path yo update SQL2014

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krypto69
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Hi,

I am on SQL2014 version 12.0.2269.0.

I need to get it to the latest SP/CU.

A little confused as to the upgrade path. Can I simply install the last SP for SQL2014 - SP2 CU9?

Can I do this inline? I'm using H/A - so my understanding is that complicates things - is that correct?



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so it looks like you are on RTM + MS15-058
https://buildnumbers.wordpress.com/sqlserver/

to answer your question we'd probably need to know some more detail about what type of H/A you are using, is it an old fashioned Windows failover cluster, is it AlwayOn functionality, or some other option?
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Hello

You have to update to SP2 first then to the CU9 (as of 07.01.18) .

if you are using fail-over clustering or High availability always update the passive (cluster) node first and switch the primary to the updated node. Then update the other nodes.
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