Pre-Check
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Step 1: Enable telnet using the command: chsubserver -a -v telnet -p tcp & refresh -s inetd
Step 2: Take the lslpp output: lslpp -l |grep -iE “openssh|openssl”

Openssh & openssl upgrade
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Step 1: untar openssh using command : tar -xvf openSSH_6.0.0.xxxx.tar
Step 2: untar openssl using command : tar -xvf openssl-1.0.x.xxxx.tar
Step 3: upgrade the package using smitty update_all (Preview)
Step 4: upgrade the package using smitty update_all (actual upgrade)
Step 5: lslpp -l |grep -iE “openssh|openssl” (Check whether package is upgraded)

Test Plan
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Step 1: Don’t exit the current session
Step 2: Open a new session and login to the server on which you have done the openssh & openssl upgrade
Step 3: Check whether you are able to login and do “sudo su -” (Switch to root id) on the new session
Step 4: Check the version. Execute the command lslpp -l |grep -iE “openssh|openssl”
Step 5: Disable the telnet using command : chsubserver -d -v telnet -p tcp & refresh -s inetd

Backout plan
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Step 1: Remove the installed software using smitty : smitty remove
Step 2: Reinstall the old package using smitty : smitty installp

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