Upgrading the puppetserver package effectively upgrades Puppet Server.
The puppetserver package, in turn, depends on the puppet-agent package, and your node’s package manager automatically upgrades puppet-agent if the new version of puppetserver requires it.
On your Puppet Server node, run the command appropriate to your package installer:
yum update puppetserver
apt-get update apt-get install --only-upgrade puppetserver
If you pinned Puppet packages to a specific version, remove the pins.
For yum packages locked with the versionlock plugin, edit /etc/yum/pluginconf.d/versionlock.list to remove the lock.
On apt systems, remove .pref files from /etc/apt/preferences.d/ that pin packages, and use the apt-mark unhold command on each held package.
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