Table of Contents


  1. Abstract
  2. Installation and Upgrade
  3. Fixed Limitations and Closed Enhancements (10.1.1 HF2)
  4. 10.1.1 HF2 Known Limitations
  5. 10.1.1 HotFix 1 Fixed Limitations and Closed Enhancements
  6. 10.1.1 HotFix 1 Known Limitations
  7. 10.1.1 Update 2 Fixed Limitations and Closed Enhancements
  8. 10.1.1 Update 2 Known Limitations
  9. 10.1.1 Update 1 Fixed Limitations and Closed Enhancements
  10. 10.1.1 Update 1 Known Limitations
  11. 10.1.1 Fixed Limitations and Closed Enhancements
  12. 10.1.1 Known Limitations
  13. Informatica Global Customer Support

Pre-Installation Tasks

Pre-Installation Tasks

Complete the pre-installation tasks before you apply or roll back a hotfix.
  1. Stop all processes that access the installation directory and subdirectories, including command prompts and command line programs.
  2. Close the Informatica clients on all machines where you want to apply or roll back the hotfix.
  3. Close the Informatica directory and the subdirectories.
  4. Stop the Informatica services on all nodes in the domain. For more information about stopping Informatica services, see the
    Installation and Configuration Guide.
  5. If you are applying a hotfix and the machine uses HTTPS to connect to Informatica Administrator, verify that the keystore file is in the default location and that it uses the default file name. The default location for the keystore file is
    <Informatica installation directory>/tomcat/conf
    . The default file name for the keystore file is
  6. If you are applying a hotfix, back up the repository and warehouse files. These backup files are required if you roll back the hotfix. Back up the following databases and files in your environment:
    • PowerCenter repository
    • Model repository
    • Metadata Manager file
    • Metadata Manager warehouse.
    • ServiceDB repository
  7. Download the hotfix installation package for your platform.
  8. Unzip or untar the contents of the hotfix installation package.
    On Windows, the length of the installation path, including the .zip file name, must be 60 characters or fewer. On UNIX, use the native tar or GNU tar command to extract the installer files. The user that runs the installer must have read and write permissions on the directory that contains the installer files and execute permissions on

Updated June 23, 2020