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[VXA] Command line upgrade examples for Junos Content Encore

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Summary:

This article lists examples of upgrading a JCE through the CLI. This can also be done  via the WebUI but some customers prefer to do everything through the CLI.

Symptoms:

List examples showing how to upgrade a Junos Content Encore through the command line interface.

Cause:

Solution:

Here are examples of the different ways a new image can be fetched and installed on the Junos Content Encore (MFC).

TFTP:

MFC_1 (config) # image fetch tftp://172.22.155.42/image-mfc-12.3.2-2_29103_367.img
Complete.

HTTP:

MFC_1 (config) # image fetch http://172.22.155.28/image-mfc-12.3.2-2_29103_367.img
100.0% [#################################################################]
MFC_1 (config) #

SCP:

MFC_1 (config) # image fetch scp://tomtom:juniper@172.22.155.28/tmp/image-mfc-12.3.2-2_29103_367.img

% /tmp/image-mfc-12.2.5-1_28437_339.img: No such file or directory
MFC_1 (config) # image fetch scp://tomtom:juniper@172.22.155.28/tmp/image-mfc-12.3.2-2_29103_367.img
100.0% [#################################################################]
MFC_1 (config) #

FTP:

MFC_1 (config) # image fetch ftp://anonymous@172.22.155.42/image-mfc-12.3.2-2_29103_367.img
100.0% [#################################################################]

To install the new image

MFC_1 (config) # image install image-mfc-12.3.2-2_29103_367.img

Step 1 of 4: Verify Image
100.0% [#######################] .
Step 2 of 4: Uncompress Image
100.0% [#######################]
Step 3 of 4: Create Filesystems
100.0% [#######################]
Step 4 of 4: Extract Image
100.0% [#######################]


MFC_1 (config) # show images
Images available to be installed:
image-mfc-12.2.5-1_28437_339.img
mfc-12.2.5 1_28437_339

image-mfc-12.3.2-2_29103_367.img
mfc-12.3.2 2_29103_367

Installed images:
Partition 1:
mfc-12.3.2 2_29103_367

Partition 2:
mfc-12.2.4 1_28326_339

Last boot partition: 2
Next boot partition: 2

No boot manager password is set.

No image install currently in progress.

Image signing: signature validation disabled
Admin require signed images: no

Settings for next boot only:
Fallback reboot on configuration failure: yes (default)
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