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NetApp version mismatch

Tran
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Please advise.

 

I am running an FAS8200 with 2-controller system version 9.5P6.  Controller 01 boot media is corrupted.  I replaced the boot media with another one which had 9.4P1 image on it.  When I started the process of transferring 9.5P6 image over, it was successfully transferred.  Though, when I checked the version for both controllers, controller 01 still shows 9.4P1 and controller 02 shows 9.5P6.  Can anyone please help to resolve this issue?  Thanks much.

 

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Ontapforrum
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If the system is under NetApp support, you can simply call the NetApp support.

 

You mentioned : When I started the process of transferring 9.5P6 image over, it was successfully transferred. After this, had the Node rebooted (clean shutdown) in order to boot with the intended image?

 

What is the currently set default image?
::>set adv
::>system image show

 

Set the default image to intended ontap version
::> system node image modify -node <node> -image image* -isdefault true
Default Image Changed.

 

Do take-over and give-back Or if you can afford downtime simply give it a reboot.


Please see this kb:
https://kb.netapp.com/Advice_and_Troubleshooting/Data_Storage_Software/ONTAP_OS/How_to_change_the_bootable_image_using_the_system_image_modify_command

 


Related kb:
https://kb.netapp.com/Advice_and_Troubleshooting/Data_Storage_Software/ONTAP_OS/During_upgrade_ONTAP_fails_to_boot_from_the_new_image

 

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Ontapforrum
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If the system is under NetApp support, you can simply call the NetApp support.

 

You mentioned : When I started the process of transferring 9.5P6 image over, it was successfully transferred. After this, had the Node rebooted (clean shutdown) in order to boot with the intended image?

 

What is the currently set default image?
::>set adv
::>system image show

 

Set the default image to intended ontap version
::> system node image modify -node <node> -image image* -isdefault true
Default Image Changed.

 

Do take-over and give-back Or if you can afford downtime simply give it a reboot.


Please see this kb:
https://kb.netapp.com/Advice_and_Troubleshooting/Data_Storage_Software/ONTAP_OS/How_to_change_the_bootable_image_using_the_system_image_modify_command

 


Related kb:
https://kb.netapp.com/Advice_and_Troubleshooting/Data_Storage_Software/ONTAP_OS/During_upgrade_ONTAP_fails_to_boot_from_the_new_image

 

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