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S12700 V200R013C00 Command Reference

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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display ap update status

display ap update status

Function

The display ap update status command displays AP upgrade progress.

Format

display ap update status { all | downloading | failed | succeed | ap-name ap-name | ap-id ap-id | ap-type ap-type | ap-group ap-group | waiting }

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

all

Displays upgrade progress of all APs.

-

downloading

Displays APs that are upgrading.

-

failed

Displays APs that failed to be upgraded.

-

succeed

Displays APs that have been successfully upgraded.

-

ap-name ap-name

Displays upgrade progress of the AP with a specified name.

The AP name must exist.

ap-id ap-id

Displays upgrade progress of the AP with a specified ID.

The AP ID must exist.

ap-type ap-type

Displays upgrade progress of APs of a specified type.

The value is an integer.

To view all RU types, run the display ap-type all command.

ap-group ap-group

Displays upgrade progress of APs in a specified AP group.

The value is a string of 1 to 35 characters.

waiting

Displays APs waiting for the upgrade.

-

Views

All views

Default Level

1: Monitoring level

Usage Guidelines

You can use this command to check upgrade progress of all APs or a specified AP, and check information about APs in specified upgrade status.

Example

# Display upgrade progress of all APs.

<HUAWEI> display ap update status all
FT : File Type
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ID   Name   AP Type       AP Group   AP MAC          FT     Update Version     Last Update Time   Update Status      
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0    hw0    AP6010DN-AGN  default    60de-4476-e320  FIT    V200R008C10B008    2016/08/22 18:51   succeed
1    hw1    AP6010DN-AGN  default    60de-4476-e340  FIT    V200R008C10B008    2016/08/22 18:51   downloading(progress: 80%/0%)
2    hw2    AP6010DN-AGN  default    60de-4476-e360  FIT    V200R008C10B008    2016/08/22 18:51   downloading(progress: 100%/50%)
3    hw3    AP6010DN-AGN  default    60de-4476-e380  FIT    -                  -                   -
4    hw4    AP6010DN-AGN  default    60de-4476-e3a0  FIT    -                  -                   -
5    hw5    AP6010DN-AGN  default    60de-4476-e3c0  FIT    -                  -                   -
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total: 6
Table 11-38  Description of the display ap update status all command
Item Description
ID AP ID.
Name AP name.
AP Type AP type.
AP Group AP group.
AP MAC

MAC address of the AP.

FT

Type of the AP upgrade file.

Update Version

Target version that an AP is upgraded to.

Last Update Time

Last end time when an AP is upgraded.

Update Status AP upgrade progress.
  • Waiting download: The AP is waiting for an upgrade.
  • downloading (progress: 80%/0%): The AP is downloading the system software package, with 80% downloaded.
  • downloading (progress: 100%/50%): The system software package is successfully downloaded and is being written to the flash memory, with 50% written.
  • failed(AC global caching): The upgrade failed. When an AP is downloading system software package during an in-service upgrade, the system displays this message if the AP starts automatic upgrade which triggers a new process for downloading the software package. When multiple RUs automatically upgrade at the same time, this message may also be displayed. In this situation, the actual RU upgrade result depends on that displayed in the display ap update status all command output.
  • failed(alloc memory for file): The upgrade failed because the AP failed to apply for memory resources.
  • failed(AP is updating now. Please wait.): The upgrade failed. Before VRRP switchover, the AP upgrades online in AC mode. After VRRP switchover, the AP upgrade is not complete and the AC delivers the upgrade command again. Therefore, the system prompts that the upgrade fails.
  • failed(AP type in the EFS mismatch): The upgrade failed because the AP type in the EFS file trailer of the current AP version does not match the AP.
  • failed(AP type mismatch batch upgrade AP type): The upgrade failed because the AP type is different from the batch upgrade AP type.
  • failed(AP wait file timeout): The upgrade failed because the time that the AP waits for fragment data expired.
  • failed(block full): The upgrade failed because the number of APs simultaneously upgraded in AC mode reaches the maximum.
  • failed(change to standby): The upgrade failed due a revertive switchover failure.
  • failed(fail to download the file): The upgrade failed because the system software failed to be downloaded.
  • failed(file content error): The upgrade failed due to incorrect system software file contents.
  • failed(file version inconsistent): The upgrade failed because the AP type in the EFS file trailer does not match the AP type contained in the system software package name.
  • failed(invalid file name): The upgrade failed because the name of the AP version file is incorrect.
  • failed(link down): The upgrade failed because the AP failed to communicate with the AC.
  • failed(mode changed): The upgrade failed because the AP upgrade mode is changed during the AP automatic upgrade.
  • failed(nospace in AP memory): The upgrade failed because the AP memory resources were insufficient.
  • failed(not receive update result): The upgrade failed because the AC receives no AP upgrade result.
  • failed(over max upgrade time): The upgrade failed because the upgrade duration exceeds the maximum upgrade time allowed.
  • failed(server password is too long): The upgrade failed because the FTP/SFTP server password is too long.
  • failed(read file): The upgrade failed because no upgrade file is available in the flash memory.
  • failed(receive file failed): The upgrade failed because fragments failed to be received.
  • failed(retransfer over times): The upgrade failed because the number of fragment retransmissions exceeds the threshold.
  • failed(send first file failed): The upgrade failed because the first fragment failed to be sent.
  • failed(other reason): The upgrade failed due to an unknown error.
  • failed(upgrade timeout): The upgrade timed out and failed.
  • failed(user canceled): The upgrade failed because the user canceled the upgrade.
  • failed(waited for next batch): The upgrade failed. The AP has to wait for the next upgrade.
  • failed(write flash error): The upgrade failed because the system software package failed to be written to the flash memory.
  • failed(file changed): The upgrade failed because the upgrade file was modified during the automatic upgrade.
  • failed(age time out): The upgrade failed because the state machine aged out.
  • succeed: The upgrade succeeded.
  • succeed(auto resetting): The upgrade failed, and the AP is being restarted.
  • succeed(need reset): The upgrade succeeded. The AP must be restarted.
  • succeed(resetting): The upgrade succeeded and the AP is being manually restarted.
  • succeed(no need to update): The upgrade succeeded. There is no need to upgrade the AP.
  • succeed(need mode switch): The upgrade succeeded. The AP mode needs to be switched.
  • failed(send upgrade configuration): The upgrade failed because the upgrade configuration failed to be sent.
  • failed(send upgrade request): The upgrade failed because the upgrade request failed to be sent.
  • failed(upgrade configuration response error): The upgrade failed because there was an error in the AP's upgrade response.
  • failed(process upgrade filename): The upgrade failed because the AC failed to process the upgrade file name.
  • failed(cannot get AP type): The upgrade failed because the AC failed to obtain the AP type.
  • failed(analyze the version by upgrade filename): The upgrade failed because the device failed to analyze the version number in the file name.
  • failed(state transition check failed for the update module): The upgrade failed because the AC failed to check the status transition of the upgrade module.
  • failed(flash component change): The upgrade failed because the flash model is not supported.
  • failed (Backing up the system software): The upgrade failed because the system software is being synchronized from the main area to the standby area.
  • failed (incompatible hardware BOM version): The upgrade failed because the AP hardware of the target version is incompatible with the BOM version.
  • failed(patch checksum error): The upgrade failed because of a patch checksum error.
  • failed(patch file error): The upgrade failed because of a patch file error.
  • failed (patch active failed): The upgrade failed because of a failure to activate the patch.
  • failed(vrp patch process active failed): The upgrade failed because of a failure to activate the patch on the control plane.
  • failed(vfp patch active failed): The upgrade failed because of a failure to activate the patch on the forwarding plane.
  • failed(kernel patch actived): The upgrade failed because of a failure to activate the kernel patch.
  • failed(patch inner proc error): The upgrade failed because of an internal patch processing failure.
  • failed(wifi target chip patch active failed): The upgrade failed because of a failure to activate the Wi-Fi chip patch.
  • failed(the current AP version does not support patch updates) The upgrade failed because the AP version does not support the patch upgrade.
  • -: The AP requires no upgrade.
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Updated: 2019-04-09

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