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CB Response 6.3.0 Server / Cluster Management Guide

CB Response 6.3.0 Server / Cluster Management Guide

Note:  This document applies to Cb Response versions 6.3.0 and 6.3.1.

The CB Response Server/Cluster Management Guide explains how to manage CB Response servers and clusters. It includes the following topics:

  • Server Overview – Provides an overview of the CB Response server technology stack, daemons, configuration, and logs.
  • Installing the CB Response Server – Explains how to install/initialize a new CB Response server, as well as how to upgrade, troubleshoot, and uninstall the server.
  • Server Backup and Restoration – Explains how to perform various backup and restore procedures.
    Ports and Protocols – Provides a collection of tables that detail port and protocol information for several different server communications.
  • Installing a CB Response Cluster – Introduces CB Response clusters and explains how to configure clusters, add minions to existing clusters, remove minion nodes from clusters, and upgrade cluster nodes.
  • Using CBCLUSTER as a Non-Root User – Describes how to use the CBCLUSTER command as a non-root user.

See the Comments section for changes to this document since the previous version.

Note: This document is being posted prior to on-premises server availability and cloud upgrade. Please monitor the User eXchange for the official release of this version.

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Change log for the March 2019 Cb Response 6.3.0 Server / Cluster Management Guide:

  1. In the "Installing a CB Response Cluster" chapter, updated several obsolete screenshots and clarified the steps for installing sensors and verifying that they appear in CB Response.
  2. Other minor corrections and improvements were also made.

Having a bit of trouble finding the installers for 6.3/6.3.1 - can someone point me in the right direction? I'm only seeing documentation.

 

Disregard, had to jog my memory that upgrade is a yum command

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