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Tsm instance upgrade in cluster


Hi all.,
We are planning to upgrade TSM 6.3 to 7.1 which on aix 2 node cluster.
Let me explain the current environment :
Server X and Y in cluster. Instance 1 is active on X and passive on Y and instance 2 is active on Y and passive on X.
Bit confused on parameters to be given while upgrading
I planned following method:
1. Move all cluster resources to X
2. Upgrade X to 7.1, when asked for instance 1 upgd select "no" for secondary node and "yes" for instance 2
3. Complete config for instance 1 and test server start
4. Move all resources to Y
5. Upgrade Y to 7.1, when asked for instance 1 upgd select "yes" for secondary node and "no" for instance 2
6. Complete config for instance 2 and test server start
Is this plan right or do u see any problems? Please let me know if any suggestions

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