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doc:techref:sysupgrade [2015/09/12 20:26]
TimMillerDyck Updated title for general upgrade procedure wiki page link
doc:techref:sysupgrade [2017/02/22 17:13] (current)
Criten Updating the output from sysupgrade
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 upgrade-option:​ upgrade-option:​
- -d <​delay> ​  add a delay before rebooting +        ​-d <​delay> ​  add a delay before rebooting 
- -f <​config> ​ restore configuration from .tar.gz (file or url) +        -f <​config> ​ restore configuration from .tar.gz (file or url) 
- -i           ​interactive mode +        -i           ​interactive mode 
- -c           ​attempt to preserve all changed files in /etc/ +        -c           ​attempt to preserve all changed files in /etc/ 
- -n           do not save configuration over reflash +        -n           do not save configuration over reflash 
- -F | --force +        ​-p ​          do not attempt to restore the partition table after flash. 
-              Flash image even if image checks fail, this is dangerous! +        -T | --test 
- -q           less verbose +                     ​Verify image and config .tar.gz but do not actually flash. 
- -v           more verbose +        ​-F | --force 
- -h | --help ​ display this help+                     ​Flash image even if image checks fail, this is dangerous! 
 +        -q           less verbose 
 +        -v           more verbose 
 +        -h | --help ​ display this help
  
 backup-command:​ backup-command:​
- -b | --create-backup <​file>​ +        ​-b | --create-backup <​file>​ 
-              create .tar.gz of files specified in sysupgrade.conf +                     ​create .tar.gz of files specified in sysupgrade.conf 
-              then exit. Does not flash an image. If file is '​-',​ +                     ​then exit. Does not flash an image. If file is '​-',​ 
-              i.e. stdout, verbosity is set to 0 (i.e. quiet). +                     ​i.e. stdout, verbosity is set to 0 (i.e. quiet). 
- -r | --restore-backup <​file>​ +        -r | --restore-backup <​file>​ 
-              restore a .tar.gz created with sysupgrade -b +                     ​restore a .tar.gz created with sysupgrade -b 
-              then exit. Does not flash an image. If file is '​-',​ +                     ​then exit. Does not flash an image. If file is '​-',​ 
-              the archive is read from stdin.+                     ​the archive is read from stdin
 +        -l | --list-backup 
 +                     list the files that would be backed up when calling 
 +                     ​sysupgrade -b. Does not create a backup file.
  
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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