I've found older posts on this issue but 2+ years is a bit out of date. Is the solution to this issue to locate a pervious version of the tool and rebuild the iso? And yes i just did a full update from today and reburned the iso with the same result. This is for a R620.
What exactly are you seeing when the updates fail? Are you getting errors? What is your current BIOS and iDRAC firmware versions? If they are way out of date, then you might consider manually stepping up these updates concurrently to a certain level and then applying the ISO for the rest of the updates
The machine is 2 years old and has never been updated. It does not currently have an os on it. The error I get is the one I’ve listed and I get it after the cd boots and tries to run the script. I'll try the manual updates but the lifecycle controller has become disabled due to previous attempts.
ok so the lifecycle controller fixed itself and i was able to update it and the bios to the latest versions. I then tried booting the cd and got the same error. The error occurs on the screen after udev gets mounted.
booting from cdrom with share_script as drm_files/apply_bundles.sh
mount /dev/cdrom /opt/dell/toolkit/systems
build_number is matching
valid dtr cd is found
/opt/dell/toolkit/systems/drm_files/apply_bundles.sh is invalid
press enter to reboot....
Can you try updating using the LifeCycle Controller via Platform updates and then pointing to the Dell ftp.dell.com site. This you will be applying updated directly from a catalog of files.
i have resolved the issue on my R810
1. Press <ALT>+<F2> to access a new console
2. Press <Enter> to access a command prompt
3. Type “mount /dev/cdrom /opt/dell/toolkit/systems” and press <Enter>
4. Type “./opt/dell/toolkit/systems/drm_files/apply_bundles.sh” and press <Enter>
5. The apply_bundles.sh script will begin executing