| | Re: BES upgrade 5.0.2 to 5.0.3
for anyone interested i was finally able to install BES 5.0.4
I could not identify the problem to 100%, but assume it has to do with the DB server storing it's databases on mapped LUN drives on our storage, instead of local DB server disks.
I've back'ed up the BESMgmt DB and restored it on a different DB server with no LUNs connected, run the BES upgrade installer to upgrade the DB on the new server. I then made a backup of the upgraded DB, restored it on the original DB server and ran the upgrade installer again to point the DB server address to the original DB server.
As mentioned, the LUN thing is just an assumption, but the workaround seemed to do the trick.