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Upgrade CloudCache

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You can upgrade the CloudCache to the latest version in a single click from the Management Console.

Note: This feature is supported from version 3.2 and later. You must manually upgrade to version 3.2 or later to use this feature. To manually upgrade the CloudCache, download and install the latest version. You can download the latest version from the Downloads page or from the settings_button.png > Downloads option on the Management Console.

Before you begin

Instantly recovered virtual machines that are hosted on the Linux CloudCaches selected for upgrade become inaccessible during the upgrade process. We recommend that you either migrate the required VMs to production before initiating an upgrade or upgrade the Linux CloudCache and then recover the virtual machine.


  1. Log in to the Management Console.
  2. Click Manage > CloudCache. Note that if the All Organizations menu is enabled, you have to first select an organization and then click Manage > CloudCache.
  3. Click the Configured tab.
    In the Version column, you can view the current status of each CloudCache.
    • Latest: The current version is the latest version that is available.
    • Upgradable: The current version is upgradable.
    • Upgrade scheduled: An upgrade is in progress. Jobs that are in progress at the time of upgrade will restart after the upgrade is complete. Ongoing Backup now jobs will fail after triggering the upgrade.
    • Not upgradable: The current version cannot be upgraded to the latest version through the Druva portal.
  4. Select one or more CloudCaches that you want to upgrade and click Upgrade.
  5. On the confirmation dialog box, click Yes.


  • If you have installed a hotfix on your existing Druva version, you cannot automatically upgrade to the next version from the Management Console. You must manually upgrade to the next available version.
  • If the CloudCache server restarts during the upgrade, you must manually upgrade or rollback the CloudCache version.
  • After triggering the update, if you have any ongoing schedule backup and restore jobs, the jobs will resume after the upgrade.
  • If the old version is not present on the CloudCache server, the upgrade rollback fails. In this scenario, you must manually upgrade or rollback the CloudCache.