[Starlingx-discuss] How to update an installed image

Victor Rodriguez vm.rod25 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 23 23:01:59 UTC 2019


Based on recommendations from Michael I am going to rewrite my question:

I have a server, all in one with STX simplex configuration but I
installed the ISO like a month ago, now I want to get the latest
version of STX

I think this a really important part of the project. I don't see
myself as sysadmin with a new CVE fixed in the latest version of
starling x and have to reinstall the full iso in all my nodes. I was
pretty sure we had this component like starling x update.

Any feedback more than welcome, if this is already a project under
development is perfect if not, we might spend some time discussing it


Victor Rodriguez

Something like preupg or update-manager in the case of Centos and Ubuntu

On Mon, Apr 22, 2019 at 9:11 AM Victor Rodriguez <vm.rod25 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi team
> I would like to know more about the image update mechanism we have in
> starting X. I have a simplex system installed and I want to keep my
> system updated with the latest version released in
> http://mirror.starlingx.cengn.ca/mirror/ but I don't want to reinstall
> the full ISO again every week. Is there any way to do a sw update in
> the starling x system so I keep my infrastructure updated w/o having
> to reinstall the ISO?
> Thanks a lot
> Regards
> Victor Rodriguez

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