Current view: XPLG V7 (Latest). Available: XPLG V6 and XPLG V5

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First, please review the release notes of the latest version at V7 Release Notes
If you're upgrading an existing environment, it is highly recommended to perform an upgrade on a non production environment first and validate that everything works as planned! For any issues or concern don't hesitate to contact us at

New to XPLG?

XpoLog setups are available at XPLG downloads area, installation instructions are available here


Upgrade/Update procedure

Upgrade Prerequisites

  • This patch requires Java 1.8. Go to the System Status Console at PORTX > System > System Health and check the 'Java Version' under the 'System Information' section.
  • Ensure you have a valid V7 valid - Go to PORTX > Settings > License to verify. Contact us for additional information.
  • OS level Services (only for Linux deployments):
    • Stop each of the XPLG instances services using systemctl/service command
    • Start each instance manually ('sh /INSTALL_DIR/ start')
    • Proceed to upgrade procedure via GUI

Upgrade Procedure (via GUI)

  1. Download the update - XPLG Update Patch (save it - do not extract).
  2. Open a browser to XpoLog and go to the Updates pages (V6: XpoLog Manager > Settings > About, V7: PortX > System > About), click the 'publish patch', select the zip file that was downloaded at #1 and run.
    Note: if you're running a cluster, select to publish the patch to all listed nodes. 
  3. XPLG will automatically deploy the update, and restart - you should see a message indicating a successful deployment once done.
  4. Apply a valid XPLG 7 license (if upgrading from an earlier version).
  5. Verify at PortX > System > About that the update is listed and the installed version is 7.8062
    Note: if the patch is not listed or any other error is listed when verifying, please contact

Upgrade Procedure (via CLI)

Upgrade Your XPLG Environment via Command Line

Post update Procedure

  • OS level Services (only for Linux deployments):
    • Stop each of the XPLG instances manually ('sh /INSTALL_DIR/ stop')
    • Start all instances services using systemctl/service command

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