How can I check which version of Columbus I'm using?
The Columbus version is reported in the top right hand corner of the screen when you access it via the web UI but in some instances you might be required to provide the exact point version of Columbus.
- Login to Columbus via the web UI
- go to the 'Help' menu > 'About Columbus'
The exact point version of Columbus that is installed should be reported here e.g. Columbus 126.96.36.1992 (built at 10:17 on 01/10/20)
If you have access to Columbus via command line i.e. via SSH (PuTTY or Terminal) then there are numerous ways to check which version of Columbus you are using but a simple and effective way is to check which rpms are installed e.g.
$ rpm -qa | grep Columbus-2
Note the version reported in the Columbus web UI will differ from the output of the above command. That is because the version of the Columbus-webapp may be different.
For the entire list of Columbus packages including the Columbus-webapp:
$ rpm -qa | grep Columbus
Note the Columbus-webapp version should match that which is reported via the Columbus web UI.