Free Trial Appliances, Build Disks and Version Updates

The following Virtual Appliances and build image files are available for download.

Physical Appliance

Latest appliance build disk (CentOS ISO) Mutiny V6.3 mutiny-6.3.1-8043.iso

Use this image to build your own appliance (own hardware) min 100GB disk.

Once you have built your mutiny appliance continue your installation here 

WARNING: NEVER leave this build disk to boot in your laptop or any other server unless you want it to be turned into an appliance (You have been warned!)

Virtual Appliance (OVF) includes vmtools

vmware virtual appliance Mutiny V6.3 vm11 with 500GB disk Mutiny-6.3.1-8043.ova

We recommend thin disk provisioning to the min size stated above (deploys at approx 3.6GB).
Includes open vmware tools to aid time keeping and guest OS shutdown by host.

Apply for a temporary licence

Use this form to request a trial licence

Once deployed and setup you can upgrade to the latest release below.

Import this OVF into your VSphere or free Hypervisor. USE Deploy OVF in Virtual Centre! See Manual 

Mutiny Version Updates

Version 6.3 (This current release number may be newer than your login screen message)

Current releaseCentOSmutinyBundle-6.3.1-8043.tgz.gpg 

Please ensure you are on the final 6.1 release or higher, before moving on to 6.3 you will also need to install the platform OS bundle below after the mutiny application bundle.

If you are on a release lower than 6.1 please use the upgrade path to get up to 6.1 before upgrading to the current release.

Release Notes - mutiny-support/previous-releases/

Upgrade path detailed here: mutiny-support/update/

How to upgrade - Read more

Platform OS Upgrade (core OS not mutiny)

Current Platform release centosPlatformBundle-6.3.1-8043.tgz.gpg

This platform bundle upgrades the CentOS core and ancillary packages for the appliance, it includes security patches and ensures your appliance is up to date. Please ensure you have installed the latest mutiny bundle before installing the platform bundle.

Version 4.0 > 4.5 > 5.0 > 5.1 > 6.1 > 6.2 updates

Please follow the upgrade path detailed here: https://www.mutiny.com/mutiny-support/update/

Windows PowerShell Schedulermutiny powershell scheduler

Our new PowerShell monitoring agent scheduler pages 

Mutiny Licence request form

Apply for a temporary licence

Use this form to request a temporary, permanent or replacement licence

Frequently asked upgrade questions

How do I check which Kernel I'm running?
See this How-To
How do I upgrade?
Follow this pictogram
After upgrading to V5.0 or migrating to CentOS, my licence is showing as invalid what now?
Simply apply for a replacement licence here
After upgrading to V5 I can't login with my old user, what do I need to do?
Please login with the new default "superadmin@mutiny.com" and "password"
After downloading my PC has renamed the file to xxx.tgz.gz what do I need to do?
Rename the bundle back to xxx.tgz.gpg before upgrading