This script automates the upgrade of UCS Manager firmware (logging into CCO, downloading firmware bundles to a local working directory, uploading bundles to the target UCS System and walking through all steps of the upgrade, including creation/assignment of a new Host/Management Firmware Policy to all Service Profiles/Templates. Note: Should exit for any reason, you can run again and the script will figure out where it left off and continue with the next task in the upgrade If the script finds that the target firmware bundles are already located in the target local directory, the script will identify this and use these bundles, rather than downloading them from CCO (useful in an environment without internet access to CCO).
1.0 - Initial version
1.1 - Option to upgrade only the infrastructure bundle (-InfraOnly parameter)
1.2 - Script to use the auto-install functionality in UCS Manager for upgrading the firmware.
Hi, Lenovo/HP and DELL seem to have developed plugins for Vmware vRealize Lifecycle Manager. Is there a Cisco UCS plugin also available for the same or is there any plans of developing one..? Thanks,Indika.
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