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HUAWEI X6000 Server Upgrade Guide (iBMC) 05

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Upgrade Process

Upgrade Process

iBMC Upgrade Process

Figure 1-1 shows the iBMC upgrade process.

Figure 1-1 iBMC upgrade process

The following describes the upgrade process:

  1. Log in to the iBMC WebUI.
  2. Run the upgrade command on the iBMC WebUI.
  3. Upgrade the standby iBMC system image.
    NOTE:

    The iBMC that the user has accessed uses the active system image.

  4. Restart the iBMC system. The current login user is logged out after the system restarts, and the image file is automatically switched to the upgraded standby system image.
  5. Log in to the iBMC WebUI again.
  6. Run the upgrade command again on the iBMC WebUI.
  7. Upgrade the original active iBMC system image.
  8. Restart the iBMC system.

BIOS Upgrade Process

Figure 1-2 shows the BIOS upgrade process.

Figure 1-2 BIOS upgrade process

The following describes the upgrade process:

  1. Log in to the iBMC WebUI.
  2. Run the upgrade command on the iBMC WebUI.
  3. Upgrade the BIOS image.
  4. Run the restart OS command on the iBMC WebUI.
  5. Restart the OS.

HMM Upgrade Process

Figure 1-3 shows the HMM upgrade process.

Figure 1-3 HMM upgrade process

  1. Log in to the HMM CLI.
  2. Run the upgrade command on the HMM CLI.
  3. Upgrade the standby HMM system image.
    NOTE:

    The HMM that the user has accessed is the active system image.

  4. Restart the HMM system. The current login user is logged out after the system restarts, and the image file is automatically switched to the upgraded standby system image.
  5. Log in to the HMM CLI again.
  6. Run the upgrade command again on the HMM CLI.
  7. Upgrade the original active HMM system image.
  8. Restart the HMM system.
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Updated: 2018-08-02

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