I have a new 2-node cluster of FAS2750 and for the meantime only one of the nodes is connected to the management network.
I was able to pull the ontap image to this node only obviously but I want to save time and upgrade both of the nodes.
is there some way to copy the image to the second node’s /etc/software?
I tried ndmpcopy but it failed to run on mroot volumes.
thanks in advance 🙂
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Use the cli
first get the image from the node with the network:
cluster image package get -package url|file
after that finishes start the upgrade:
cluster image update -version 9(tab to get available version)
this should work. It may complain and fail due to the node LIF being down. You may need to use the -ignore-validation-warning flag to bypass any issues. Run without the flag first to be sure
use the man pages for command assistance
man cluster image get
man cluster image update
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Hey, thank you very much. It worked like a charm.
Do you have an idea on how to achieve the same thing but with the SP firmware file? I usually would run “system node image get”… but I can only download it to node 1, how can I pass it to /etc/software of node 2?
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