OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)


OS10 image upgrade

The image download command simply downloads the software image — it does not install the software on your device. The image install command installs the downloaded image to the standby partition.

  • NOTE: If the active partition contains any modified text files or custom packages installed, they would not be available in the standby partition. Backup the modified files and re-install the packages after downloading the image.
  1. (Optional) Backup the current running configuration to the startup configuration in EXEC mode.
    copy running-configuration startup-configuration
  2. Backup the startup configuration in EXEC mode.
    copy config://startup.xml config://<backup file name>
  3. Download the new software image from dell.com/support, extract the bin files from the tar file, and save the file in EXEC mode.
    image download 
  4. (Optional) View the current software download status in EXEC mode.
    show image status
  5. Install the software image in EXEC mode.
    image install 
  6. (Optional) View the status of the current software install in EXEC mode.
    show image status
  7. Change the next boot partition to the standby partition in EXEC mode. Use the active parameter to set the next boot partition from standby to active.
    boot system standby
  8. (Optional) Check whether the next boot partition has changed to standby in EXEC mode.
    show boot detail
  9. Reload the new software image in EXEC mode.

Image download

OS10# image download 

Image install

OS10# image install 

Show version

OS10# show version
                              Dell EMC Networking OS10 Enterprise
                              Copyright (c) 1999-2018 by Dell Inc. All Rights Reserved.
                              OS Version: 10.4.0E(R3)
                              Build Version: 10.4.0E(R3.221)
                              Build Time: 2018-03-25T22:20:52-0700
                              System Type: Z9100-ON
                              Architecture: x86_64
                              Up Time: 02:22:09

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