01-Fundamentals Command Reference

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ISSU commands

display install active

Use display install active to display active software images.

Syntax

display install active [ slot slot-number ] [ verbose ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

slot slot-number: Specifies an IRF member device by its member ID. If you do not specify a member device, this command displays information for all IRF members.

verbose: Displays detailed information. If you do not specify this keyword, the command displays only image names.

Examples

# Display active software images.

<Sysname> display install active

Active packages on slot 1:

  flash:/boot.bin

  flash:/system.bin

  flash:/feature1.bin

# Display detailed information about active software images.

<Sysname> display install active verbose

Active packages on slot 1:

flash:/boot.bin

 [Package]

 Vendor: H3C

 Product: S6520X

 Service name: boot

 Platform version: 7.1.070

 Product version: Test 0001015

 Supported board: mpu

 [Component]

 Component: boot

 Description: boot package

 

flash:/system.bin

 [Package]

 Vendor: H3C

 Product: S6520X

 Service name: system

 Platform version: 7.1.070

 Product version: Test 0001015

 Supported board: mpu

 [Component]

 Component: system

 Description: system package

 

flash:/feature1.bin

 [Package]

 Vendor: H3C

 Product: S6520X

 Service name: test

 Platform version: 7.1.070

 Product version: Test 0001015

 Supported board: mpu

 [Component]

 Component: test

 Description: test package

Table 1 Command output

Field

Description

[Package]

Detailed information about the software image.

Service name

Image type:

·     boot—Boot image.

·     system—System image.

·     boot patch—Patch image for the boot image.

·     system patch—Patch image for the system image.

·     Any other value indicates a feature image.

Supported board

Hardware types supported by the software image:

mpu—Member device.

[Component]

Information about components included in the image file.

 

Related commands

install active

display install backup

Use display install backup to display backup startup software images.

Syntax

display install backup [ slot slot-number ] [ verbose ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

slot slot-number: Specifies an IRF member device by its member ID. If you do not specify a member device, this command displays information for all IRF members.

verbose: Displays detailed information. If you do not specify this keyword, the command displays only image names.

Usage guidelines

Backup startup images are used only when the main boot or system image is missing or corrupt. For more information, see Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

To modify the backup startup image list, use the boot-loader file command.

Examples

# Display the backup startup software images.

<Sysname> display install backup

Backup startup software images on slot 1:

  flash:/boot.bin

  flash:/system.bin

# Display detailed information about backup startup software images.

<Sysname> display install backup verbose

Backup startup software images on slot 1:

 flash:/boot.bin

 [Package]

 Vendor: H3C

 Product: S6520X

 Service name: boot

 Platform version: 7.1.070

 Product version: Test 0001015

 Supported board: mpu

 [Component]

 Component: boot

 Description: boot package

 

 flash:/system.bin

 [Package]

 Vendor: H3C

 Product: S6520X

 Service name: system

 Platform version: 7.1.070

 Product version: Test 0001015

 Supported board: mpu

 [Component]

 Component: system

 Description: system package

For information about the command output, see Table 1.

Related commands

boot-loader file

display install committed

display install committed

Use display install committed to display main startup software images.

Syntax

display install committed [ slot slot-number ] [ verbose ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

slot slot-number: Specifies an IRF member device by its member ID. If you do not specify a member device, this command displays information for all member devices.

verbose: Displays detailed information. If you do not specify this keyword, the command displays only image names.

Usage guidelines

Some install commands modify the current software image list but do not modify the main startup image list. For the software image changes to take effect after a reboot, you must execute the install commit command to update the main startup image list with the image changes. You can use the display install committed command to verify the operation results.

Both the install commit and boot-loader file commands modify the main startup software image list.

Examples

# Display the main startup software images.

<Sysname> display install committed

Committed packages on slot 1:

 flash:/boot.bin

 flash:/system.bin

 flash:/feature1.bin

# Display detailed information about main startup software images.

<Sysname> display install committed verbose

Committed packages on slot 1:

 flash:/boot.bin

 [Package]

 Vendor: H3C

 Product: S6520X

 Service name: boot

 Platform version: 7.1.070

 Product version: Test 0001015

 Supported board: mpu

 [Component]

 Component: boot

 Description: boot package

 

 flash:/system.bin

 [Package]

 Vendor: H3C

 Product: S6520X

 Service name: system

 Platform version: 7.1.070

 Product version: Test 0001015

 Supported board: mpu

 [Component]

 Component: system

 Description: system package

 

flash:/feature1.bin

 [Package]

 Vendor: H3C

 Product: S6520X

 Service name: feature1

 Platform version: 7.1.070

 Product version: Test 0001015

 Supported board: mpu

 [Component]

 Component: feature1

 Description: feature1 package

For information about the command output, see Table 1.

Related commands

boot-loader file

display install backup

install commit

display install inactive

Use display install inactive to display inactive software images in the root directories of file systems.

Syntax

display install inactive [ slot slot-number ] [ verbose ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

slot slot-number: Specifies an IRF member device by its member ID. If you do not specify a member device, this command displays information for all member devices.

verbose: Displays detailed information. If you do not specify this keyword, the command displays only image names.

Examples

# Display brief information about inactive software images in the root directories of the file systems.

<Sysname> display install inactive

Inactive packages on slot 1:

 flash:/feature1.bin

# Display detailed information about inactive software images in the root directories of the file systems.

<Sysname> display install inactive verbose

Inactive packages on slot 1:

flash:/feature1.bin

 [Package]

 Vendor: H3C

 Product: S6520X

 Service name: feature1

 Platform version: 7.1.070

 Product version: Test 0001015

 Supported board: mpu

 [Component]

 Component: feature1

 Description: feature1 package

For information about the command output, see Table 1.

Related commands

install deactivate

display install ipe-info

Use display install ipe-info to display the software images included in an .ipe file.

Syntax

display install ipe-info ipe-filename

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

ipe-filename: Specifies an .ipe file in the filesystemname/filename.ipe format. The file must be stored in the root directory of a file system on the device. The value string excluding the file system location section (if any) can have a maximum of 63 characters. For more information about specifying a file, see file system management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

Examples

# Display information about .ipe file flash:/test.ipe.

<Sysname> display install ipe-info flash:/test.ipe

Verifying the file flash:/test.ipe on slot 1................Done.

H3C S6520X-54HC-EI images in IPE:

  boot.bin

  system.bin

Related commands

display install package

display install job

Use display install job to display ongoing ISSU activate, deactivate, and rollback operations.

Syntax

display install job

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Examples

# Display ongoing ISSU activate, deactivate, and rollback operations.

<Sysname> display install job

 JobID:5

  Action:install activate flash:/feature1.bin on slot 1

The output shows that the device is executing the install activate flash:/feature1.bin slot 1 command.

display install log

Use display install log to display ISSU log information.

Syntax

display install log [ log-id ] [ verbose ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

log-id: Specifies a log entry by its ID. If you do not specify this argument, the command displays all ISSU log entries.

verbose: Displays detailed ISSU log information. If you do not specify this keyword, the command displays brief ISSU log information.

Usage guidelines

The device creates one log entry for each ISSU operation to track the ISSU process and operation result.

The ISSU log can contain a maximum of 50 entries. The latest entry overwrites the oldest entry if the log is full.

A device reboot clears all ISSU log entries.

Examples

# Display all ISSU log entries.

<Sysname> display install log

Install job 1 started by user root at 04/28/2001 08:39:29.

Job 1 completed successfully at 04/28/2001 08:39:30.

Install job 1 started by user root at 04/28/2001 08:39:29.

    Install activate flash:/feature1.bin on slot 1

Job 1 completed successfully at 04/28/2001 08:39:30.

Install job 1 started by user root at 04/28/2001 08:39:29.

Job 1 completed successfully at 04/28/2001 08:39:30.

-----------------------------------------------------------

Install job 2 started by user root at 04/28/2001 08:40:29.

Job 2 completed successfully at 04/28/2001 08:40:30.

Install job 2 started by user root at 04/28/2001 08:40:29.

    Install activate flash:/route.bin on slot 1

Job 2 completed successfully at 04/28/2001 08:40:30.

Install job 2 started by user root at 04/28/2001 08:40:29.

Job 2 completed successfully at 04/28/2001 08:40:30.

# Displays detailed information about ISSU log entry 1.

<Sysname> display install log 1 verbose

Install job 1 started by user root at 04/28/2001 08:39:29.

Job 1 completed successfully at 04/28/2001 08:39:30.

Install job 1 started by user root at 04/28/2001 08:39:29.

    Install activate flash:/feature1.bin on slot 1

Job 1 completed successfully at 04/28/2001 08:39:30.

Install job 1 started by user root at 04/28/2001 08:39:29.

Job 1 completed successfully at 04/28/2001 08:39:30.

Detail of activating packages on slot 1.

    Get upgrade policy successfully.

Detail of activating packages on slot 1.

    Uncompress package to system successfully.

    Remove files from system successfully.

Table 2 Command output

Field

Description

Detail of xxx

Detailed information about an ISSU operation.

Get upgrade policy successfully.

Obtained the upgrade policy.

Uncompress package to system successfully.

Decompressed the package successfully.

Remove files from system successfully.

Deleted files from the system successfully.

 

Related commands

reset install log-history oldest

display install package

Use display install package to display software image file information.

Syntax

display install package { filename | all } [ verbose ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

filename: Specifies a .bin file in the filesystemname/filename.bin format. The file must be stored in the root directory of a file system on the device. The value string excluding the file system location section (if any) can have a maximum of 63 characters. For more information about specifying a file, see file system management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

all: Specifies all software image files in the root directories of the master's file systems.

verbose: Displays detailed information. If you do not specify this keyword, the command displays only basic software image information.

Examples

# Display information about system.bin.

<Sysname> display install package flash:/system.bin

  flash:/system.bin

  [Package]

  Vendor: H3C

  Product: S6520X

  Service name: system

  Platform version: 7.1.070

  Product version: Test 0001015

  Supported board: mpu

# Display detailed information about system.bin.

<Sysname> display install package flash:/system.bin verbose

  flash:/system.bin

  [Package]

  Vendor: H3C

  Product: S6520X

  Service name: system

  Platform version: 7.1.070

  Product version: Test 0001015

  Supported board: mpu

  [Component]

  Component: system

  Description: system package

For information about the command output, see Table 1.

display install rollback

Use display install rollback to display rollback point information.

Syntax

display install rollback [ point-id ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

point-id: Specifies a rollback point ID. If you do not specify a rollback point ID, the command displays all rollback points.

Usage guidelines

Use this command to identify available rollback points during an ISSU that uses install commands. The system does not record rollback points during an ISSU that uses issu commands.

Examples

# Display all rollback points.

<Sysname> display install rollback

Install rollback information 1 on slot 1:

  Updating from flash:/route-1.bin

         to flash:/route-2.bin.

 

Install rollback information 2 on slot 1:

   Deactivating flash:/route-2.bin

The output shows that the device has two rollback points.

·     At rollback point 1, flash:/route-1.bin was upgraded to flash:/route-2.bin.

·     At rollback point 2, flash:/route-2.bin was deactivated.

Related commands

install rollback

reset install rollback oldest

display install which

Use display install which to display all software image files that include a specific component or file.

Syntax

display install which { component name | file filename } [ slot slot-number ]

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

component name: Specifies a component name.

file filename: Specifies a file in the filename.extension format, a case-insensitive string of up to 63 characters. It cannot contain path information.

slot slot-number: Specifies an IRF member device by its member ID. If you do not specify a member device, this command displays information for all IRF members.

Usage guidelines

A component is a collection of features. The features of a component are installed or uninstalled at the same time.

When the system displays a component or file error, use this command to identify the image files that include the component or file. Then, you can use the install verify command to identify image file problems.

This command searches only the root directories of the file systems at the specified location.

Examples

# Display the software image file that includes pkg_ctr.

<Sysname> display install which file pkg_ctr

Verifying the file flash:/system-t0001015.bin on slot 1..........................Done.

Found pkg_ctr in flash:/system-t0001015.bin on slot 1.

  flash:/system-t0001015.bin

  [Package]

  Vendor: H3C

  Product: S6520X

  Service name: system

  Platform version: 7.1.070

  Product version: Test 0001015

  Supported board: mpu

 

Verifying the file flash:/boot-d2601007.bin on slot 1.....Done.

Table 3 Command output

Field

Description

Verifying the file

The system was verifying the validity of the file.

[Package]

Detailed information about the software image.

Service name

Image type:

·     boot—Boot image.

·     system—System image.

·     patch—Patch image.

·     Any other value indicates a feature image.

Supported board

Hardware types supported by the software image:

mpu—Member device.

 

display issu rollback-timer

Use display issu rollback-timer to display automatic rollback timer information.

Syntax

display issu rollback-timer

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Usage guidelines

Change to the automatic rollback interval does not take effect on the ongoing ISSU process. The current remaining rollback time might be greater than the specified automatic rollback interval.

Examples

# Display automatic rollback timer information after the issu run switchover command is executed.

<Sysname> display issu rollback-timer

Rollback timer: Working

Rollback interval: 45 minutes

Rollback time remaining : 40 minutes

# Display automatic rollback timer information after the issu accept command is executed.

<Sysname> display issu rollback-timer

Rollback timer: Not working

Rollback interval: 30 minutes

# Display automatic rollback timer information when no ISSU process is taking place.

<Sysname> display issu rollback-timer

Rollback timer: Not working

Rollback interval: 45 minutes

Related commands

issu rollback-timer

display issu state

Use display issu state to display ISSU status information.

Syntax

display issu state

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Usage guidelines

During an ISSU that uses issu commands, you can use this command to verify the ISSU status and determine what to do next.

This command does not apply to an ISSU that uses install commands, because the ISSU state machine is not involved.

Examples

# Display ISSU status information when no upgrade is taking place.

<Sysname> display issu state

ISSU state: Init

Compatibility: Unknown

Work state: Normal

Upgrade method: Card by card

Upgraded slot: None

Current upgrading slot: None

Current version list:

  boot: 7.1.070, Test 0001015

  system: 7.1.070, Test 0001015

  feature1: 7.1.070, Test 0001015

Current software images:

  flash:/boot-t0001015.bin

  flash:/system-t0001015.bin

  flash:/feature1-t0001015.bin

# Display ISSU status information while the issu load command is being executed.

<Sysname> display issu state

ISSU state: Loading

Compatibility: Incompatible

Work state: Normal

Upgrade method: Card by card

Upgraded slot: None

Current upgrading slot:

  slot 1

Previous version list:

  boot: 7.1.070, Test 0001015

  system: 7.1.070, Test 0001015

  feature1: 7.1.070, Test 0001015

Previous software images:

  flash:/boot-t0001015.bin

  flash:/system-t0001015.bin

  flash:/feature1-t0001015.bin

Upgrade version list:

  boot: 7.1.070, Test 0001016

  system: 7.1.070, Test 0001016

  feature1: 7.1.070, Test 0001016

Upgrade software images:

  flash:/boot-t0001016.bin

  flash:/system-t0001016.bin

  flash:/feature1-t0001016.bin

Table 4 Command output

Field

Description

ISSU state

ISSU status:

·     Init—The ISSU process has not started or has finished.

·     Loading—The system is executing the issu load command.

·     Loaded—The issu load command is completed.

·     Switching—The system is executing the issu run switchover command.

·     Switchover—The issu run switchover command is completed.

·     Accepted—The issu accept command is completed.

·     Committing—The system is executing the issu commit command.

·     Rollbacking—A rollback is in progress.

·     Unknown—An upgrade is in progress. This value is displayed if you execute the command on an original subordinate member.

Compatibility

Version compatibility:

·     Compatible—Upgrade to a compatible version.

·     Incompatible—Upgrade to an incompatible version.

·     Unknown—No upgrade is in progress.

Work state

Operating status of the device:

·     Normal—The device is operating correctly.

·     Independent active—When you perform an ISSU to an incompatible version, a subordinate member that is upgraded first enters this state. In this state, member devices are not running the same software versions.

Upgrade method

Upgrade mode.

The value of this field is fixed at Card by card. In this mode, member devices are upgraded one by one.

Upgraded slot

Upgraded members.

 During a rollback, this field displays Unknown.

Current upgrading slot

Members that are being upgraded.

During a rollback, this field displays Unknown.

Current version list

Versions of currently running images.

This field is displayed if no upgrade is taking place.

Current software images

File names of currently running images.

This field is displayed if no upgrade is taking place.

Previous version list

Versions of the images that were running on the device before the ISSU.

If you execute the command on an original subordinate member while the member is being upgraded to an incompatible version, this field displays Unknown.

Previous software images

File names of the images that were running on the device before the ISSU.

If you execute the command on an original subordinate member while the member is being upgraded to an incompatible version, this field displays Unknown.

Upgrade version list

Versions of the upgrade images.

If you execute the command on an original subordinate member while the member is being upgraded to an incompatible version, this field displays Unknown.

Upgrade software images

File names of the upgrade images.

If you execute the command on an original subordinate member while the member is being upgraded to an incompatible version, this field displays Unknown.

Related commands

issu accept

issu commit

issu load

issu rollback

issu run switchover

display version comp-matrix file

Use display version comp-matrix file to display the recommended ISSU methods.

Syntax

display version comp-matrix file { boot filename | system filename | feature filename&<1-30> } *

display version comp-matrix file ipe ipe-filename

Views

Any view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

network-operator

Parameters

boot: Specifies a boot image file.

system: Specifies a system image file.

feature: Specifies a space-separated list of up to 30 feature image files.

filename: Specifies a .bin file in the filesystemname/filename.bin format. The file must be stored in the root directory of a file system on the device. The value string excluding the file system location section (if any) can have a maximum of 63 characters. For more information about specifying a file, see file system management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

ipe-filename: Specifies an .ipe file in the filesystemname/filename.ipe format. The file must be stored in the root directory of a file system on the device. The value string excluding the file system location section (if any) can have a maximum of 63 characters. For more information about specifying a file, see file system management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

Usage guidelines

If one or more images are incompatible, the incompatible upgrade method applies. The entire system needs to be rebooted during an incompatible upgrade.

Examples

# Display the recommended ISSU methods. In this example, the specified images are compatible with the running images.

<Sysname> display version comp-matrix file boot flash:/boot-t0001015.bin system flash:/system-t0001015.bin feature flash:/feature1-t0001015.bin

Verifying the file flash:/feature1-t0001015.bin on slot 1.....Done.

Verifying the file flash:/boot-t0001015.bin on slot 1.....Done.

Verifying the file flash:/system-t0001015.bin on slot 1.....Done.

 

  Slot     Upgrade Way

  1        File Upgrade

Table 5 Command output

Field

Description

Verifying the file

The system was verifying the validity of the file.

Influenced service according to following table

Services that will be affected by the upgrade.

This field is displayed only for compatible versions.

Incompatible upgrade

You are upgrading the software to an incompatible version.

Upgrade Way

ISSU method:

·     Service Upgrade.

·     File Upgrade.

·     Reboot.

This field is displayed only for compatible versions.

For more information about ISSU methods, see Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

 

Related commands

issu load

install abort

Use install abort to abort an ongoing activate or deactivate operation.

Syntax

install abort [ job-id ]

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

job-id: Specifies the job ID of an ISSU operation. If you do not specify this argument, the command aborts all ongoing software image activate and deactivate operations.

Usage guidelines

The system creates a software image management job each time you use the install activate, install add, install commit, install deactivate, install remove, or install rollback to command. Each job represents one command and is assigned a unique job ID. To obtain the ID of a job, use the display install job command.

When you abort an ongoing activate or deactivate operation, the system rolls back to the status it was in before the operation was started.

Examples

# Abort all ongoing software image activate and deactivate operations.

<Sysname> install abort

Related commands

display install job

install activate

Use install activate to activate software images, or identify the ISSU method and the possible impact on the device.

Syntax

install activate { boot filename | system filename | feature filename&<1-30> } * slot slot-number [ test ]

install activate patch filename { all | slot slot-number }

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

boot: Specifies a boot image file.

system: Specifies a system image file.

feature: Specifies a space-separated list of up to 30 feature image files

patch: Specifies a patch image file. You can specify only one patch image file for the command at a time. However, you can execute the command multiple times to activate multiple patch image files. You can specify both incremental and non-incremental patch image files. The device can use a maximum of 30 incremental patch image files. Because the boot, system, and feature images each can have one non-incremental patch image file, the device can use a maximum of 16 non-incremental patch image files. For more information about incremental and non-incremental patch images, see software upgrade in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

filename: Specifies a .bin file in the filesystemname/filename.bin format. The file must be stored in the root directory of a file system on the device. The value string excluding the file system location section (if any) can have a maximum of 63 characters. For more information about specifying a file, see file system management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

all: Specifies all member devices.

slot slot-number: Specifies an IRF member device by its member ID.

test: Only identifies the ISSU method to be used for the upgrade. If you do not specify this keyword, the command activates the specified software images.

Usage guidelines

This command requires that all image files on the startup software image list be the same version after the upgrade is finished. It can be executed successfully only if the boot, system, and feature image files on the list are the same version after the upgrade. Before being executed successfully, this command uninstalls all existing patch image files on the list automatically.

If this command fails, perform the following tasks:

1.     If some features are not needed anymore, disable the features and use the install deactivate command to uninstall the feature images.

2.     Obtain the image files that are required to make sure all image files on the startup software image list are the same version after the upgrade.

3.     Specify the image files for this command to activate the images.

Images run in memory immediately after they are activated. However, only patch images activated by using the install activate patch filename all command still run in memory after a reboot. For other images to take effect after a reboot, you must commit the software change by using the install commit command.

If the specified files are not stored on the member device to be upgraded, the command copies the images to the member device automatically.

At reboot, a subordinate device automatically synchronizes the master device's configuration and status data. You must wait for the synchronization to complete before using the install activate command on the subordinate device. To identify whether the synchronization is complete, use the display system stable state command. The synchronization is complete if the System State field displays Stable.

Examples

# Identify the ISSU method for feature upgrade with feature1.bin on subordinate member 2 and the upgrade impact.

<Sysname> install activate feature flash:/feature1.bin slot 2 test

Copying file flash:/feature1.bin to slot2#flash:/feature1.bin......Done.

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 2.....Done.

Upgrade summary according to following table:

 

flash:/feature1.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  Test 0001015                Test 0001016

 

  Slot                        Upgrade Way

  2                           Reboot

 

Influenced service according to following table:

flash:/feature1.bin

     Feature1

The output shows that a reboot upgrade is recommended.

# Activate the system image in system.bin and the feature images in feature1.bin on member device 2.

<Sysname> install activate system flash:/system.bin feature flash:/feature1.bin slot 2

Copying file flash:/system.bin to slot2#flash:/system.bin......Done.

Verifying the file flash:/system.bin on slot 2.....Done.

Copying file flash:/feature1.bin to slot2#flash:/feature1.bin......Done.

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 2.....Done.

Upgrade summary according to following table:

 

flash:/system.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  Test 0001015                Test 0001016

 

flash:/feature1.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  None                        Test 0001016

 

  Slot                        Upgrade Way

  2                           Service Upgrade

Upgrading software images to compatible versions. Continue? [Y/N]:y

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

Table 6 Command output

Field

Description

Verifying the file

The system was verifying the validity of the file.

Upgrade summary according to following table

Upgrade summary.

Running Version

Version number of the running software.

New Version

Version number of the new software.

Upgrade Way

ISSU methods:

·     Service Upgrade.

·     File Upgrade.

·     Reboot.

This field is displayed only for an upgrade to a compatible version.

For more information about ISSU methods, see Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

Influenced service according to following table

Services influenced by the upgrade.

 

Related commands

display install active

install commit

install deactivate

install add

Use install add to decompress an .ipe file.

Syntax

install add ipe-filename filesystem

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

ipe-filename: Specifies an .ipe file in the filesystemname/filename.ipe format. The file must be stored in the root directory of a file system on the device. The value string excluding the file system location section (if any) can have a maximum of 63 characters. For more information about specifying a file, see file system management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

filesystem: Specifies the destination file system for the software images, in the filesystemname format.

Usage guidelines

To use the install activate command to activate software images, you must use .bin image files. If the upgrade file is an .ipe file, use this command to decompress the .ipe file before you start the upgrade.

To identify software images that are included in an .ipe file, use the display install ipe-info command.

Examples

# Decompress all.ipe to the flash memory.

<Sysname> install add flash:/all.ipe flash:

Verifying the file flash:/all.ipe on slot 1...Done.

Decompressing file boot.bin to flash:/boot.bin.......................Done.

Decompressing file system.bin to flash:/system.bin.................................Done.

install commit

Use install commit to commit software changes.

Syntax

install commit

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

This command adds the patch image file to the startup software image list that the device used at startup.

·     If the device used the main startup software image list at startup, this command adds the patch image file to the main startup software image list.

·     If the device used the backup startup software image list at startup, this command adds the patch image file to the backup startup software image list.

You must execute this command after using the following commands:

·     The install activate command in an incremental upgrade.

·     The install deactivate command.

·     The install rollback command.

In a reboot upgrade, the install activate command modifies both the current and startup software image lists. You do not need to commit software changes.

Both the install commit and boot-loader file commands modify the main startup software image list. To modify the backup startup image list or add inactive images as main startup images, however, you must use the boot-loader file command.

For more information about main and backup startup software images, see Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

Examples

# Commit software changes.

<Sysname> install commit

This operation will take several minutes, please wait...........................Done.

The current software images have been saved as the startup software images.

Current software images on slot 1:

  flash:/boot.bin

  flash:/system.bin

Current software images on slot 2:

  flash:/boot.bin

  flash:/system.bin

Related commands

install activate

install deactivate

install rollback

install deactivate

Use install deactivate to deactivate feature images and patch images.

Syntax

install deactivate feature filename&<1-30> slot slot-number

install deactivate patch filename { all | slot slot-number }

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

feature: Specifies a space-separated list of up to 30 feature image files.

patch: Specifies a patch image file. You can specify only one patch image file for the command at a time. However, you can execute the command multiple times to deactivate multiple patch image files.

filename: Specifies a .bin file in the filesystemname/filename.bin format. The value string can have a maximum of 63 characters. The file system name cannot contain file system location information. For more information about specifying a file, see file system management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

all: Specifies all member devices on which the specified patch image file has been activated.

slot slot-number: Specifies an IRF member device by its member ID.

Usage guidelines

At reboot, a subordinate device automatically synchronizes the master device's configuration and status data. You must wait for the synchronization to complete before using the install deactivate command on the subordinate device. To identify whether the synchronization is complete, use the display system stable state command. The synchronization is complete if the System State field displays Stable.

You can deactivate only active feature and patch images.

Images stop running in memory immediately after they are deactivated. However, only patch images deactivated by using the install deactivate patch filename all command do not run after a reboot. To prevent other deactivated images from running after a reboot, you must commit the software change by using the install commit command.

Examples

# Deactivate the patch images in the route-patch.bin file for a slot.

<Sysname> install deactivate patch flash:/route-patch.bin slot 1

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

Related commands

display install active

display install inactive

install remove

Use install remove to delete an inactive software image file.

Syntax

install remove [ slot slot-number ] { filename | inactive }

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

slot slot-number: Specifies an IRF member device by its member ID. If you do not specify a member device, this command deletes inactive software images from all IRF members.

filename: Specifies a .bin file in the filesystemname/filename.bin format. The value string can have a maximum of 63 characters. The file must be stored in the root directory of a file system on the device. The file system name cannot contain file system location information. For more information about specifying a file, see file system management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

inactive: Deletes all inactive software image files in the root directories of the specified file systems.

Usage guidelines

This command permanently deletes the image files from the device. You cannot use the install rollback to command to revert the operation, or use the install abort command to abort the operation.

Examples

# Delete inactive software image file flash:/feature1.bin.

<Sysname> install remove flash:/feature1.bin

install rollback to

Use install rollback to to roll back the software to an earlier rollback point.

Syntax

install rollback to { point-id | original }

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

point-id: Specifies a rollback point ID. This option is supported only when there are two or more rollback points. To identify available rollback points, use the display install rollback command.

original: Rolls back to the status before any activate or deactivate operations were performed.

Usage guidelines

During an incremental upgrade, the system creates a rollback point for each activate or deactivate operation of a boot, system, or feature image. The device supports a maximum of 50 rollback points. The earliest rollback point is deleted if this limit has been reached when a rollback point is created.

During a reboot or ISSU reboot upgrade, the system does not create rollback points. After the upgrade, you can roll back the software only to the status before any activate or deactivate operations were performed.

For a rollback to take effect after a reboot, you must perform a commit operation to update the main startup software image list.

After a commit operation is performed, you cannot perform a rollback.

Patch images do not support rollback.

Examples

# Roll back the software to rollback point 1.

<Sysname>install rollback to 1

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

# Roll back the software to the original software versions and observe the change made by the rollback.

<Sysname> display install active

Active packages on slot 1:

  flash:/boot-t0001015.bin

  flash:/system-t0001015.bin

  flash:/feature1-t0001015.bin

<Sysname> display install rollback

Install rollback information 1 on slot 1:

  Updating from no package

         to flash:/feature1-t0001015.bin.

The output shows that currently three image files are active but only two of them are confirmed. Image file flash:/feature1-t0001015.bin is not confirmed yet.

<Sysname> install rollback to original

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

<Sysname> display install active

Active packages on slot 1:

  flash:/boot-t0001015.bin

  flash:/system-t0001015.bin

<Sysname> display install committed

Committed packages on slot 1:

  flash:/boot-t0001015.bin

  flash:/system-t0001015.bin

The output shows the SSH feature has been rolled back to the original software version. The image file flash:/feature1-t0001015.bin has been removed.

Related commands

display install rollback

install verify

Use install verify to verify the software change commit status, image integrity, and image consistency.

Syntax

install verify

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

To ensure a successful ISSU and make sure that the system can start up and operate correctly after an ISSU, execute this command to verify the following items:

·     Integrity—Verify that the boot, system, and feature images are integral.

·     Consistency—Verify that the same active images are running across the entire system.

·     Software commit status—Verify that the active images are committed as needed.

If a software image fails the verification, perform the following tasks to resolve the problem:

·     To ensure software integrity, download and install the software images again.

·     To guarantee software image consistency or change software commit status, use the install activate, install deactivate, and install commit commands as appropriate.

Examples

# Verify the software change confirmation status and software image integrity and consistency.

<Sysname> install verify

Active packages on slot 1 are the reference packages.

Packages will be compared with the reference packages.

This operation will take several minutes, please wait...

  Verifying packages on slot 1:

  Start to check active package completeness.

Verifying the file flash:/boot-t0001015.bin on slot 1.....................Done.

    flash:/boot-t0001015.bin verification successful.

Verifying the file flash:/system-t0001015.bin on slot 1.....................Done.

    flash:/system-t0001015.bin verification successful.

  Start to check active package consistency.

    Active packages are consistent with committed packages on their own board.

    Active packages are consistent with the reference packages.

  Verifying packages on slot 2:

  Start to check active package completeness.

Verifying the file flash:/boot-t0001015.bin on slot 2.....................Done.

    flash:/boot-t0001015.bin verification successful.

Verifying the file flash:/system-t0001015.bin on slot 2.....................Done.

    flash:/system-t0001015.bin verification successful.

  Start to check active package consistency.

    Active packages are consistent with committed packages on their own board.

    Active packages are consistent with the reference packages.

Verification is done.

issu accept

Use issu accept to accept the upgrade to a compatible version and delete the automatic rollback timer.

Syntax

issu accept

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

The system cannot perform automatic rollback for the ISSU process after you execute this command. However, you can use the issu rollback command to perform a manual rollback.

The issu accept command does not apply to an ISSU to an incompatible version.

Examples

# Accept the upgrade to a compatible version.

<Sysname> issu accept

Related commands

issu load

issu run switchover

issu commit

Use issu commit to upgrade the original master and the subordinate members that have not been upgraded and complete the ISSU upgrade.

Syntax

issu commit slot slot-number

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

slot slot-number: Specifies the member ID of the original master or a subordinate member that has not been upgraded.

Usage guidelines

At reboot, a subordinate device automatically synchronizes the master device's configuration and status data. You must wait for the synchronization to complete before using the issu commit command on the subordinate device. To identify whether the synchronization is complete, use the display system stable state command. The synchronization is complete if the System State field displays Stable.

Use this command to upgrade the original master and the subordinate members that have not been upgraded, one by one. You must wait for one upgraded member to start up again and join the IRF fabric before upgrading another member. After all members are upgraded, the ISSU status changes to Init, and the ISSU process ends and cannot be rolled back.

Examples

# After member 2 is upgraded and becomes the new master, upgrade the original master (member 3) and the other subordinate members that have not been upgraded (member 4 and member 1).

<Sysname> issu commit slot 3

Upgrade summary according to following table:

 

flash:/feature1.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  Test 0001015                Test 0001016

 

  Slot                        Upgrade Way

  3                           Service Upgrade

Upgrading software images to compatible versions. Continue? [Y/N]:y

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

<Sysname> issu commit slot 4

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 4..............Done.

Copying file flash:/feature1.bin to slot4#flash:/feature1.bin...Done.

Upgrade summary according to following table:

 

flash:/feature1.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  Test 0001015                Test 0001016

 

  Slot                        Upgrade Way

  4                           Service Upgrade

Upgrading software images to compatible versions. Continue? [Y/N]:y

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

<Sysname> issu commit slot 1

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 1..............Done.

Copying file flash:/feature1.bin to slot1#flash:/feature1.bin...Done.

Upgrade summary according to following table:

 

flash:/feature1.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  Test 0001015                Test 0001016

 

  Slot                        Upgrade Way

  1                           Service Upgrade

Upgrading software images to compatible versions. Continue? [Y/N]:y

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

For information about the command output, see Table 5.

Related commands

issu accept

issu load

issu run switchover

issu load

Use issu load to upgrade the software images of subordinate members and configure the new images as main startup software images for those members.

Syntax

issu load file { boot filename | system filename | feature filename&<1-30> } * slot slot-number&<1-9> [ reboot ]

issu load file ipe ipe-filename slot slot-number&<1-9> [ reboot ]

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

boot: Specifies a boot image file.

system: Specifies a system image file.

feature: Specifies a space-separated list of up to 30 feature image files.

filename: Specifies a .bin file in the filesystemname/filename.bin format. The file must be stored in the root directory of a file system on the master device. The value string excluding the file system location section (if any) can have a maximum of 63 characters. For more information about specifying a file, see file system management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

ipe-filename: Specifies an .ipe file in the filesystemname/filename.ipe format. The file must be stored in the root directory of a file system on the master device. The value string excluding the file system location section (if any) can have a maximum of 63 characters. For more information about specifying a file, see file system management in Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

slot slot-number: Specifies the member ID of a subordinate member. You can specify a space-separated list of up to nine member IDs. On a single-chassis IRF fabric, enter the member ID of the member device to upgrade the entire fabric. On a multichassis IRF fabric, you can specify only one member ID for a compatible upgrade and can specify multiple member IDs for an incompatible upgrade. As a best practice, specify half of the subordinate members if the member devices form a ring. Make sure the specified subordinate members are directly connected by physical links.

reboot: Uses the reboot method for the upgrade. For an incremental upgrade or ISSU reboot upgrade, specify this keyword if you want to use the reboot upgrade method. If you do not specify this keyword, the recommended upgrade method is used.

Usage guidelines

This command requires that all image files on the startup software image list be the same version after the upgrade is finished. It can be executed successfully only if the boot, system, and feature image files on the list are the same version after the upgrade.

If this command fails, perform the following tasks:

1.     If some features are not needed anymore, disable the features and use the install deactivate command to uninstall the feature images.

2.     Obtain the image files that are required to make sure all image files on the startup software image list are the same version after the upgrade.

3.     Specify the image files for this command to activate the images

This command performs the following operations:

·     Checks the version compatibility.

·     Identifies the upgrade method.

·     Loads the new images to upgrade the member devices.

·     Sets the new images as the main startup software images so the upgrade can survive a reboot.

At reboot, a subordinate device automatically synchronizes the master device's configuration and status data. You must wait for the synchronization to complete before using the issu load command on the subordinate device. To identify whether the synchronization is complete, use the display system stable state command. The synchronization is complete if the System State field displays Stable.

Examples

# Upgrade member device 2 (a subordinate member) with feature image file flash:/feature1.bin. (In this example, the image is compatible with the running images.)

<Sysname> issu load file feature flash:/feature1.bin slot 2

This operation will delete the rollback point information for the previous upgrade and maybe get unsaved configuration lost. Continue? [Y/N]:Y

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 1...Done.

Copying file flash:/feature1.bin to slot2#flash:/feature1.bin......Done.

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 2...Done.

Identifying the upgrade methods….Done.

Upgrade summary according to following table:

flash:/feature1.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  Test 0001015                Test 0001016

  Slot                        Upgrade Way

  2                           Service Upgrade

Upgrading software images to compatible versions. Continue? [Y/N]:y

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

# Use the reboot method to upgrade member device 2 (a subordinate member) when the incremental upgrade method is recommended.

<Sysname> issu load file feature flash:/feature1.bin slot 2 reboot

This operation will delete the rollback point information for the previous upgrade and maybe get unsaved configuration lost. Continue? [Y/N]:Y

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 1...Done.

Copying file flash:/feature1.bin to slot2#flash:/feature1.bin......Done.

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 2...Done.

Identifying the upgrade methods….Done.

Upgrade summary according to following table:

flash:/feature1.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  Test 0001015                Test 0001016

  Slot                        Upgrade Way

  2                           Reboot

Upgrading software images to compatible versions. Continue? [Y/N]:y

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

# Upgrade member devices 3 and 4 (subordinate members) with feature image file flash:/feature1.bin. (In this example, the image is incompatible with the running images.)

<Sysname> issu load file feature flash:/feature1.bin slot 3 4

This operation will delete the rollback point information for the previous upgrade and maybe get unsaved configuration lost. Continue? [Y/N]:Y

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 1...Done.

Copying file flash:/feature1.bin to slot3#flash:/feature1.bin......Done.

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 3...Done.

Copying file flash:/feature1.bin to slot4#flash:/feature1.bin......Done.

Verifying the file flash:/feature1.bin on slot 4...Done.

Identifying the upgrade methods….Done.

Upgrade summary according to following table:

flash:/feature1.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  Test 0001015                Test 0001016

  Slot                        Upgrade Way

  3                           Reboot

  4                           Reboot

Upgrading software images to incompatible versions. Continue? [Y/N]:y

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done

Table 7 Command output

Field

Description

Verifying the file

The system was verifying the validity of the file.

Copying file

The system was copying the upgrade file to a subordinate member. This field is displayed if you specified a subordinate member for the command.

Upgrade Way

ISSU method:

·     Service Upgrade.

·     File Upgrade.

·     Reboot.

This field is displayed only for an upgrade to a compatible version.

For more information about ISSU methods, see Fundamentals Configuration Guide.

 

issu quit

Use issu quit to terminate the ongoing ISSU process forcibly.

Syntax

issu quit

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

Use this command to terminate the ISSU process if one of the following exceptions occurs and you cannot perform an upgrade or rollback:

·     The ISSU status is not Init but the upgrade has stopped.

·     The ISSU status is Init but the upgrade has not completed.

After using this command to terminate the ISSU process, identify whether the requirements for an ISSU are met. If yes, use boot-loader or install commands as needed to restore the device to the state prior to the terminated ISSU and then try an ISSU again. If the ISSU fails again, contact the technical support.

Examples

# Terminate the ongoing ISSU process forcibly.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] issu quit

This command stops the ongoing ISSU process. Execute this command only under the guidance of the technical support. Continue? [Y/N]:y

 

Succeeded.

Related commands

install activate

issu load

issu rollback

Use issu rollback to cancel the ISSU and roll back to the original software versions.

Syntax

issu rollback

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

The device supports automatic rollback and manual rollback. This command performs a manual rollback.

You can perform a manual rollback while an ISSU is in one of the following states:

·     Loaded.

·     Switching (during an upgrade to a compatible version).

·     Switchover (during an upgrade to a compatible version).

·     Accepted.

In Switching state, a rollback during a reboot upgrade and an automatic rollback during an incompatible upgrade can result in the following situations:

·     The upgraded subordinate members reboot.

·     The master might also reboot because of a master/subordinate switchover, resulting in service outage.

·     After the rollback, the member devices run the software that they run before the upgrade, but their master/subordinate roles might not be the same as before.

As a best practice, make sure the automatic rollback timer is long enough, and do not perform a rollback while an ISSU is in Switching state.

Examples

# Roll back to the original software versions.

<Sysname> issu rollback

This command will quit the ISSU process and roll back to the previous version. Continue? [Y/N]:y

Related commands

issu accept

issu commit

issu load

issu run switchover

issu rollback-timer

Use issu rollback-timer to set the automatic rollback timer.

Use undo issu rollback-timer to restore the default.

Syntax

issu rollback-timer minutes

undo issu rollback-timer

Default

The automatic rollback timer is set to 45 minutes.

Views

System view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

minutes: Specifies the automatic rollback interval, in the range of 0 to 120 minutes. Setting it to 0 disables automatic rollback.

Usage guidelines

The automatic software version rollback feature is available only during an ISSU to a compatible version when the IRF fabric has multiple members.

The system starts the automatic rollback timer when you execute the issu run switchover command in a scenario where automatic rollback is supported. If you do not execute the issu accept or issu commit command before the timer expires, the system automatically rolls back to the software version used before the ISSU.

Change to the automatic rollback interval does not take effect on the ongoing ISSU process.

Examples

# Set the automatic rollback timer to 50 minutes.

<Sysname> system-view

[Sysname] issu rollback-timer 50

Related commands

issu rollback

issu run switchover

Use issu run switchover to perform an ISSU switchover.

Syntax

issu run switchover

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Usage guidelines

Use this command on a multichassis IRF fabric.

·     For a compatible upgrade, this command performs operations depending on the ISSU method.

¡     Incremental upgrade—Performs a process-level master/subordinate switchover for the processes to be upgraded.

¡     Reboot upgrade or ISSU upgrade—Reboots the current master with the old software version, causing the upgraded subordinate member to be elected as the new master.

·     For an incompatible upgrade, the issu load command splits the IRF fabric into two fabrics, with the upgraded members forming a new fabric. The issu run switchover command reboots the members in the old IRF fabric with the upgrade images to upgrade the members. After startup, the members join the new IRF fabric as subordinate members.

At reboot, a subordinate device automatically synchronizes the master device's configuration and status data. You must wait for the synchronization to complete before using the issu run switchover command on the subordinate device. To identify whether the synchronization is complete, use the display system stable state command. The synchronization is complete if the System State field displays Stable.

When you execute the issu run switchover command during an ISSU to a compatible version, the system starts the automatic rollback timer. If you do not execute the issu accept or issu commit command before the timer expires, the system automatically rolls back to the original software versions.

Examples

# On a multichassis IRF fabric, perform a master/subordinate switchover during an ISSU to a compatible version.

<Sysname> issu run switchover

Upgrade summary according to following table:

 

flash:/feature1.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  Test 0001015                Test 0001016

 

  Slot                        Switchover Way

  1                           Active standby process switchover

Upgrading software images to compatible versions. Continue? [Y/N]:y

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

# On a multichassis IRF fabric, perform a master/subordinate switchover, and upgrade members that have not been upgraded (member 1 and member 2) during an ISSU to an incompatible version.

<Sysname> issu run switchover

Upgrade summary according to following table:

 

flash:/feature1.bin

  Running Version             New Version

  Test 0001015                Test 0001016

 

  Slot                        Upgrade Way

  1                           Reboot

  2                           Reboot

Upgrading software images to incompatible versions. Continue? [Y/N]:y

This operation might take several minutes, please wait...Done.

Table 8 Command output

Field

Description

Switchover Way

Switchover method:

·     Active standby process switchover—Switch from the active process to the standby process.

·     Master subordinate switchover—Switch from the master to a subordinate member.

 

For more information about the command output, see Table 5.

Related commands

issu load

reset install log-history oldest

Use reset install log-history oldest to clear ISSU log entries.

Syntax

reset install log-history oldest log-number

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

log-number: Specifies the number of ISSU log entries to be deleted.

Usage guidelines

This command clears the specified number of log entries, beginning with the oldest log entry.

Examples

# Clear the two oldest ISSU log entries.

<Sysname> reset install log-history oldest 2

Related commands

display install log

reset install rollback oldest

Use reset install rollback oldest to clear ISSU rollback points.

Syntax

reset install rollback oldest point-id

Views

User view

Predefined user roles

network-admin

Parameters

point-id: Specifies a rollback point by its ID.

Usage guidelines

This command clears the specified rollback point and all rollback points older than the specified rollback point.

Examples

# Clear rollback point 2 and all rollback points older than rollback point 2.

<Sysname> reset install rollback oldest 2

Related commands

display install rollback