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Command Reference

CloudEngine 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800 V200R002C50

This document describes all the configuration commands of the device, including the command function, syntax, parameters, views, default level, usage guidelines, examples, and related commands.
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ISSU Configuration Commands

ISSU Configuration Commands

display issu check-result

Function

The display issu check-result command displays the result of ISSU check.

Format

display issu check-result

Parameters

None

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

After you use the issu check command to perform ISSU check, you can use the display issu check-result command to view the check result.

Example

# Display the result of system upgrade check.

<HUAWEI> display issu check-result
------------------------------ISSU CHECK RESULT-------------------------------
Check Date   : 2015/03/07 15:57:01
Check Result : success
Upgrade type : lossy
Base package    : CE6850EI-V100R005C00SPC300.cc
Upgrade package : CE6850EI-V100R005C10SPC200.cc
Base patch      : CE6850EI-V100R005SPH001.PAT
Base paf        : default
Upgrade paf     : default

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Info: The upgrade procedure is:
    Reboot the slave board with the upgrade system software.
    Create standby process with the upgrade system software, and detailed process groups are as follows:
        process group: 10003       slot: 1
        process group: 10005       slot: 3
        process group: 10004       slot: 1
        process group: 10006       slot: 3
    Upgrade process with the upgrade system software, and detailed process groups are as follows:
        process group: 10003       slot: 1
        process group: 10005       slot: 3
        process group: 10004       slot: 1
        process group: 10006       slot: 3
        process group: 3           slot: 1
        process group: 1000        slot: 1
        process group: 10001       slot: 1
        process group: 1002        slot: 1
        process group: 1001        slot: 1
        process group: 2           slot: 1
        process group: 10002       slot: 1
    Reboot group with the upgrade system software, The detail groups is below:
        board group: 1           slot: 3
    Reboot the master board with the upgrade system software.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Table 3-61  Description of the display issu check-result command output

Item

Description

Check Date

Date when an ISSU check is performed.

Check Result

ISSU check result.

Upgrade type

ISSU type.

Base package

Name of the old system software.

Upgrade package

Name of the new system software.

Base patch

Name of the old patch file.

Base paf

Name of the old PAF file.

Upgrade paf

Name of the new PAF file.

Related Topics

display issu group

Function

The display issu group command displays information about device groups.

Format

display issu group

Parameters

None

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

You can run the command to check information about device groups during ISSU.

Example

# Display current information about board groups.

<HUAWEI> display issu group
Grouping Information               
-----------------------------------
GroupId    SlotId    BoardType     
-----------------------------------
1          1         MPU           
-----------------------------------
Table 3-62  Description of the display issu group command output

Item

Description

GroupId

Group ID.

SlotId

ID of a device.

BoardType

Device type.

Related Topics

display issu report

Function

The display issu report command displays detailed information about the ISSU process.

Format

display issu report

Parameters

None

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

After you use the issu start command to start ISSU, you can use the display issu report command to view detailed information about the ISSU process.

Example

# Display detailed information about the ISSU progress.

<HUAWEI> display issu report
-----------------------------ISSU REPORT-----------------------------------
Upgrade number  : 20150815164424
Upgrade type    : lossy
Upgrade result  : success
Base package    : CE6850EI-V100R005C00SPC300.cc
Upgrade package : CE6850EI-V100R005C10SPC200.cc
Base patch      : CE6850EI-V100R005SPH001.PAT
Base paf      : default
Upgrade paf   : default
Upgrade rollback time(min) : 120

Upgrade start begin time     : 2015/08/15 16:44:24
Upgrade start end time       : 2015/08/15 17:02:11
Upgrade start total duration : 0 Hours 17 Minutes 47 Seconds

Upgrade confirm time         : 2015/08/15 17:02:42
Upgrade abort time           : --

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Upgrade procedure details:
    slot: 1         [reboot]
        begin time: 2015/08/15 16:46:07
        end time:   2015/08/15 16:54:26
        duration:   0 Hours 8 Minutes 19 Seconds
    slot: 2         [upgrade process]
        process group: 10003
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:32
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:56:04
            duration:   0 Hours 1 Minutes 32 Seconds
    slot: 2         [upgrade process]
        process group: 10004
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:33
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:56:04
            duration:   0 Hours 1 Minutes 31 Seconds
    slot: 2         [reset process]
        process group: 3
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:59
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:55:52
            duration:   0 Hours 0 Minutes 53 Seconds
    slot: 2         [reset process]
        process group: 1000
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:59
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:55:53
            duration:   0 Hours 0 Minutes 54 Seconds
    slot: 2         [reset process]
        process group: 10001
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:59
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:55:54
            duration:   0 Hours 0 Minutes 55 Seconds
    slot: 2         [reset process]
        process group: 1002
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:59
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:55:55
            duration:   0 Hours 0 Minutes 56 Seconds
    slot: 2         [reset process]
        process group: 1001
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:59
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:55:56
            duration:   0 Hours 0 Minutes 57 Seconds
    slot: 2         [reset process]
        process group: 2
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:59
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:55:57
            duration:   0 Hours 0 Minutes 58 Seconds
    slot: 2         [reset process]
        process group: 10002
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:59
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:55:58
            duration:   0 Hours 0 Minutes 59 Seconds
    slot: 2         [reset process]
        process group: 10003
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:59
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:55:50
            duration:   0 Hours 0 Minutes 51 Seconds
    slot: 2         [reset process]
        process group: 10004
            begin time: 2015/08/15 16:54:59
            end time:   2015/08/15 16:55:51
            duration:   0 Hours 0 Minutes 52 Seconds
    slot: 2         [reboot]
        begin time: 2015/08/15 16:56:13
        end time:   2015/08/15 17:00:09
        duration:   0 Hours 3 Minutes 56 Seconds
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 3-63  Description of the display issu report command output

Item

Description

Upgrade number

System upgrade number.

Upgrade type

Upgrade type.
  • lossy.

Upgrade result

Upgrade result:
  • success: indicates that upgrade is successful.

  • user abort: The user exists upgrade.

  • rollback: issu fails and system rollback because of abnormal system or rollback timer expiration.

Base package

Name of the old system software.

Upgrade package

Name of the new system software.

Base patch

Name of the old patch file.

Base paf

Name of the old PAF file.

Upgrade paf

Name of the new PAF file.

Upgrade rollback time(min)

Rollback timer value.

Upgrade start begin time

Date and time when the ISSU start phase begins.

Upgrade start end time

Date and time when the ISSU start phase ends.

Upgrade start total duration

Duration for the ISSU start phase.

Upgrade confirm time

Date and time when ISSU confirmation is performed.

Upgrade abort time

Date and time when rollback is performed.

Upgrade procedure details

Detailed information about the ISSU progress.

slot

Slot ID and upgrade mode of the device to be upgraded.

begin time

Date and time when device upgrade begins.

end time

Date and time when device upgrade ends.

duration

Duration for device upgrade.

display issu rollback-timer

Function

The display issu rollback-timer command displays the remaining time of the ISSU rollback timer.

Format

display issu rollback-timer

Parameters

None

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

If the issu start [ rollback-timer [ time ] ] system-file [ patch patch-name ] command sets the ISSU rollback timer value, you can use the display issu rollback-timer command to view the remaining time of the ISSU rollback timer.

Prerequisites

The rollback-timer parameter has been specified in the issu start [ rollback-timer [ time ] ] system-file [ patch patch-name ] command in ISSU start phase.

Example

# Display the remaining time of the ISSU rollback timer during ISSU.

<HUAWEI> display issu rollback-timer
-----------------------------------------
Timer                    Timeleft(min)
-----------------------------------------
rollback                  50
-----------------------------------------
Table 3-64  Description of the display issu rollback-timer command output

Item

Description

Timer

Timer name.

Timeleft(min)

Remaining time of the timer, in minutes.

display issu state

Function

The display issu state command displays the ISSU phase.

Format

display issu state

Parameters

None

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

You can use the display issu state command to check which ISSU phase the system enters, which can be ISSU check, ISSU start, or ISSU confirm.

Example

# Display the ISSU phase.

<HUAWEI> display issu state
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Phase                                                    State          Progress 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
1.issu check                                :         finished              100% 
2.issu start                                :       processing               90% 
3.issu confirm                              :                -                0% 
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Table 3-65  Description of the display issu state command output

Item

Description

Phase

ISSU phase:
  • 1. issu check: phase of checking the ISSU upgrade.

  • 2. issu start: phase of starting the ISSU upgrade.

  • 3. issu confirm: phase of confirming the upgrade.

State

ISSU state:
  • processing: The phase is being processed.

  • finished: The phase has finished.

  • -: The phase does not begin.

Progress

Progress of the phase.

issu abort

Function

The issu abort command aborts ISSU.

Format

issu abort

Parameters

None

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

While the ISSU is in progress, run the issu abort command to abort the ISSU if necessary after the ISSU start phase is over (you can run the display issu state command to check it, and the issu start is finished) The system then restarts and rolls back to the previous software version.

Prerequisites

The rollback-timer parameter has been specified in the issu start command in the ISSU start phase.

Example

# Abort ISSU.

<HUAWEI> issu abort
Warning: The upgrade operation will be aborted, and the system will reboot to old version. Continue?

Please select [Y/N]:y

issu check

Function

The issu check command configures the system to perform ISSU check.

Format

issu check system-file [ patch patch-name ]

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
system-file

Specifies the path for storing the system upgrade file and file name.

The value is a string of 4 to 127 case-sensitive characters without spaces. The default directory is flash:/.

patch patch-name

Specifies the path for storing the patch file and file name.

The value is a string of 5 to 63 case-sensitive characters without spaces. The default directory is flash:/.

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

Before performing ISSU, you need to check whether the system meets ISSU requirements using the issu check command. ISSU check includes checking the system running environment, new version integrity and validity, hardware compatibility, and software compatibility.

Prerequisites

The system software to be upgraded has been uploaded to all stack member switches.

Follow-up Procedure

If no error information is displayed in the output of the issu check command, the check result is success. You can also run the display issu check-result command to view the ISSU check result.

Example

# Perform ISSU check.

<HUAWEI> issu check CE6800-V100R006C00SPC600.cc

issu confirm

Function

The issu confirm command configures the system to confirm the upgrade result.

Format

issu confirm

Parameters

None

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

When you run the issu start command and specify the rollback-timer parameter to start ISSU, you need to run the issu confirm command to confirm ISSU before the rollback timer expires or run the issu abort command to abort ISSU to enable the system to roll back to the old version.

Prerequisites

The issu confirm command can be run to confirm the upgrade result only when the rollback-timer parameter is specified in the issu start command.

Configuration Impact

After the issu confirm command is executed, the new system software is specified as the software for the next startup. The ISSU is complete.

Example

# Confirm the upgrade result.

<HUAWEI> issu confirm
Related Topics

issu group

Function

The issu group command adds a device to a specified group in an ISSU upgrade.

The issu group reset restores the default device group.

Format

issu group group-id add slot slot-id

issu group reset

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
group-id Specifies the ID of a group that a device belongs to. The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 65535.
slot slot-id Specifies the ID of a device. The value is an integer. You can enter ? to select a value as prompted.

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

During an ISSU upgrade of an SVF system, the system groups leaf switches and upgrades the leaf switches in ascending order of their group IDs.

By default, the system adds a device to a default group. You can manually add a device to a different group to change the sequence in which devices are restarted. Upstream and downstream devices then connect to devices in different groups, reducing the service interruption time.

You can run the display issu group command to check which group the current device belongs to.

Precautions

You can add only leaf switches in an SVF system but not slave switches in a stack to a specified group.

Example

# Add the device with leaf ID 104 to group 2.

<HUAWEI> issu group 2 add slot 104
Related Topics

issu reset rollback-timer

Function

The issu reset rollback-timer command resets the ISSU rollback timer value in an ISSU upgrade.

By default, the ISSU rollback timer is reset to 120 minutes.

Format

issu reset rollback-timer [ time | limitless ]

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
time

Specifies the ISSU rollback timer value.

The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 2880, in minutes.

limitless

Sets the ISSU rollback timer to limitless.

-

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After the system enters the ISSU start phase, the ISSU rollback timer is automatically activated. If the ISSU rollback timer expires before the ISSU confirm phase, the system rolls back to the old version. You can reset the ISSU rollback timer value according to service requirements.

Prerequisites

The rollback-timer parameter has been specified in the issu start command.

Precautions

If you use the issu reset rollback-timer command to reset the ISSU rollback timer value, the new configuration takes effect immediately and the old configuration becomes invalid.

Example

# Reset the ISSU rollback timer to 100 minutes.

<HUAWEI> issu reset rollback-timer 100

issu start

Function

The issu start command starts ISSU.

Format

issu start [ rollback-timer [ time ] ] system-file [ patch patch-name ]

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
rollback-timer

Specifies the ISSU rollback timer.

-

time

Specifies the ISSU rollback timer value.

If rollback-timer is specified but time is not specified, the default value of the rollback timer is used.

The value is an integer that ranges from 0 to 2880, in minutes. The default value is 120 minutes. 0 indicates that the time of the ISSU rollback timer is infinite.

system-file

Specifies the path for storing the system upgrade file and file name.

The value is a string of 4 to 127 case-sensitive characters without spaces. The default directory is flash:/.

patch patch-name

Specifies the path for storing the patch file and file name.

The value is a string of 5 to 63 case-sensitive characters without spaces. The default directory is flash:/.

Views

User view

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

Usage Scenario

After you run the issu start command to start ISSU, the system enters the ISSU start phase. All stack member switches upgrade from the old version to new version.

Precautions

When you run the issu start command without specifying the rollback-timer parameter to start ISSU, the system confirms ISSU after the ISSU start phase ends. In this situation, you do not need to run the issu confirm command to confirm ISSU. If you specify the rollback-timer parameter, you need to run the issu confirm command before the rollback timer expires or run the issu abort command to abort ISSU to enable the system to roll back to the old version.

Example

# Start ISSU and set the ISSU rollback timer to 120 minutes.

<HUAWEI> issu start rollback-timer 120 CE6800-V100R003C00.cc
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