If you are using a different SQL Server product, for example SQL Server Management Studio, and you have not installed the SQL Server product, you will need to upgrade or reinstall the SQL Server Management Studio first before upgrading SQL.
Before upgrading SQL, make sure your system has the latest Service Pack and CU releases. For SQL Server 2016, Service Pack 2 is available in preview, and Service Pack 3 is available to the public. CU may also be available for 2016 and is available in preview.
Back up the SQL instance first, that is your SQL database and logfiles, make sure the backups are on a separate drive then the drive you run the backup and restore on. So if you are using C drive for your backup drive, make sure that the SQL backup is on a different drive, or drives if you use a different drive for the backup. If you do not have the backup media handy, you can also use T-SQL queries or the GUI to pull down the backups.
In my example, I'm upgrading from a 2-socket SR950 to a 4-socket SR950. The upgrade process will only show the upgrade from 2-8 sockets when you are on the 4-socket system. So if you do not have the 2-socket SR950, you may not be able to see this process. You will need to upgrade the 4-socket first before upgrading from 2-socket.
In response to recent updates to the SQL Server product, Microsoft released a new version of SQL Server on January 8th, 2020. The new version, SQL Server version 18.2.1, is available for download here . It features:
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