Updating firmware on individual modules using automated-workflow-system(AWS)

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Article ID: 168059

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Products

XOS

Issue/Introduction

Updating firmware on individual modules using automated-workflow-system(AWS)N/A

Cause

This article explains how to update firmware for a specific module through AWS

Resolution

To select individual modules for firmware updates using automated workflow-menu
CBS# automated-workflow-menu

Welcome to the X-Series Platform Automated Workflow System!
Version: 1.0.0-48

1. Configure XOS...
2. Upgrade XOS software and firmware...
3. View system configuration and status...

Select a submenu to view available automated workflows.
Enter x to exit or ? for help.
select option 2

Automated Workflow Menu: Upgrade XOS software and firmware

1. Upgrade XOS software and install recommended firmware
2. Prepare system for a possible rollback
3. Install XOS firmware only
4. Roll back XOS software and firmware
5. Verify XOS software and firmware compatibility

Select a task to execute an automated workflow.
Enter b to go back, x to exit or ? for help.

Please Enter Selection:
select option 3

Anser Y to the next 2 questions
Analyzing system configuration...

VRRP State : none
CPM Redundancy Status : single
Current XOS Software Release : 9.0.0-167
Would you like to continue (y/n) Y

Analyzing system firmware revisions...

np2 in slot 2: Focus_FPGA firmware requires upgrade to version 0xD.
np2 in slot 2: Bootstrap firmware requires upgrade to version 2.0.0.10.
np2 in slot 2: Bootloader firmware requires upgrade to version 2.0.0.8.
np2 in slot 2: Diag firmware requires upgrade to version 2.1.0.2.
Would you like to continue (y/n)Y

**** Select Modules menu:

1. All modules
2. All CPMs
3. All NPMs
4. All APMs
5. Specific modules
x. Exit script

Select the modules on which to install firmware: [5]:

Help:
Acceptable formats include ranges such as 1-7, space- or comma-separated lists such as 1 2 7 or 1,2,7 and single numbers such as 5.


Enter the slot number of the module on which to install firmware:

Workaround

N/A