The upgrade Procedure can be found in the official documentation here.

In addition to the above details
+ Service Status: Check all services are running & healthy. For checking this, login to vRNI Platform Appliance with consoleuser credentials and then type the command
show-service-status –debug –cluster

+ Disk Latency: It should be 5 ms.

+ Once you upload the bundle, in UI, you should see message notification saying “Bundle Upload Complete“. In the restapilayer logs you would see


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You would see all vRNI Platform VMs upgrading first one-by-one. Once this is done, you should be able to access the UI, however, once you goto vRNI UI -> Settings -> Install & Support, you would see the message “Version mismatch detected”. This would get fixed once all vRNI Proxy VMs are upgraded as well.

Note:
+ During upgrade from vRNI 4.1 to 5.0, the Operating System of vRNI setup (Platforms and Collectors) is upgraded from Ubuntu 14.04 to Ubuntu 16.04.
+ During upgrade from 4.1 to 5.0, vRNI setup VMs are rebooted as part of the upgrade process.
+ It takes around 1-2 hours to upgrade a  vRNI setup. But, if you are upgrading from 4.1 to 5.0 then a single node setup takes around 1-2 hours and around 3-4 hours to upgrade a cluster. The upgrade time does not depend on the number of nodes. After upgrade,  vRNI takes around two to three hours to reflect the latest data in UI.
+ vRNI does not support rollback or product downgrade. You must take a backup before you proceed to upgrade. For more information about the back up and restore process refer to the KB article.